Aug 31, 2011

Sent to DoDo, Belgium

Card (front), acrylic on cardboard.
A dodo for DoDo!
(My 100th mailart-sending since I started this blog!)

Card (back), collage

Received from DoDo, Belgium

I received a very big envelope with a collage of sigaretboxes.
Thanks Dominic! It's great to find such wonderful mailart in my postbox!
I think the postoffice added some stickers to your collage.
Beautiful graffiti-stamps too!

Envelope (back)

Cards & letters with poems.

Big collage, made of different materials. (Paper, plastic, plantleaf, metal, etc.)
A collaboration between DoDo and Malevich! :-)

Collage (front)

Backside of collage

Aug 30, 2011

Received from Bifidus Jones, USA

Thanks Bifidus, for your mouth dropping mailart!

Aug 29, 2011

Received from Eduardo Cardoso, Portugal

Envelope (front)
Thanks Eduardo, it is always a pleasure to receive your mindbending, paranormal anomalies!

Envelope (back) & little present

A4 Mail Artwork

Sent to Colori Mii, The Museum of Instant Images, Nederland

Card (front) made for the Mail Art Project "Schooldays in Artlife".
Mr. Colori wants to know your opinion about art education.
I think that if you're not stimulated to be creative....DO IT YOURSELF!
(But of course every child should be provided with as much materials and lessons as possible!)

Card (back)

Aug 28, 2011

Received from DoDo, Belgium

Envelope (front)

Envelope (back)

The inside of the envelope was a letter and containted a cut-out double "M".

The double "M"
Thanks DoDo!
I like reptiles a lot, probably because they look so "alien".

Sent to Henny Jongenelen, Nederland

Henny and me sometimes sent each other strange objects or materials.
This card is made of styrofoam. (Or "piepschuim" as we call it in the Netherlands.)

Card (backside)

Aug 27, 2011

Received from Jose Roberto Sechi, Brazil

Mail Art Magazine Think Here (Front & back)
Thanks Jose'! It's nice to see the result of your mail art project Pensez ici/ Think here.
In this magazine the contributions of 20 mail-artists from 10 different countries are published.

page 1 & 2

Page 3 & 4

Page 5 & 6

Page 7 & 8
(On the left upper side my contribution)

Page 9 & 10

Aug 26, 2011

Received from DoDo, Belgium

Envelope (front)

Envelope (back) & letter

I always open Dominic's mailart very carefully because sometimes the inside is glued together in a mysterious way.
In this case the inside of the envelope itself is an artwork.
Dankjewel Dominic, voor je altijd verrassende post!

Sent to Nico van Hoorn, Nederland

Envelope (front) & 2 cards

Envelope (front), folded out.

Envelope (back)
This was an experiment with a design for an envelope
that you can fold and close without the use of glue.

Envelope (inside)

Card (front)

Card (back)

Aug 25, 2011

Received from Mr. Colori, Nederland

Invitation for a mailart-exhibition (front & back)
Documentation on mailartprojects "living fast/ living slow"  and "Lists".
Thanks Toon & Virginy!
I will try to come to the opening.

Invitation (inside)
click on the image to enlarge


Send to Anne-Marie, Nederland

Envelope (collage)

Card  (collage)

Aug 23, 2011

Received from Roland Halbritter, Germany

The envelope contained a catalog, an add & pass poster-project and a card.
Nice to hear from you, Roland!

Envelope (front)

Card " Angel is watching you" by Roland Halbritter.

Catalog (front) about the mail art project for the Museum Bismarck in Bad Kissingen, Germany.
Must have been a lot of work for Roland: more than 900 contributions!

Catalog (inside), two of  many pages.

Catalog (inside).
On the left my contribution (a cartoon) for the Otto Bismarck-Mailartproject

Aug 21, 2011

Received from DoDo, Belgium

Wow, another thick envelope from Dominic!

Envelope (front),
collage on painted envelope & beautiful stamps

Envelope (back)

Card (Collage)

Add & pass book (front & back)
First made by Imelda Wubben, altered by Dominic and sent to me.

Book (page 1 &2)

Book (page 3 & 4)

Book (page 5 & 6)

Book (page 7 & 8)

Book (page 9 & 10)

Book (page 11 & 12)

Book (page 13 & 14)