This is bit of a cheeky drawing for the Science Fiction Mail Art Call by Eric Bruth.
There was a mail art call, which still has it’s Facebook group, and people are still posting fish themed art there. I find it inspiring. I spent a while on this drawing, which is cut out of watercolor paper. I am sending it to Jan Willem Kouwen in The Netherlands.
Visual poetry can be a lot of things. This is regular poetry, but I tried to make it have visual dimensions through the style of letters, the mental images brought on by the text, etc. Anyway, I hope it fits the criteria of the VISPOSTAL mail art call by C. Wells for The Upstairs Art Space in…
I may have gone a bit dark with my poetry art to The Celestial Scribe. He has been welcoming new members to IUOMA, which is nice.
I am terribly sorry this took me so long. I received these starters in August. I did the Vibrations one right away, but then health and life intervened, so just finished Optical today. Thank you De Villo Sloan for a great collaboration. I have an idea for a project in asemic writing, but will need…
More naivistic stuff happening. I call this drawing “Letter from a friend” and am sending it to the Mail Art Call called Strength in Connection-Thy Neighbor by Coburn Art Gallery in Ashland, Ohio, US.
I have really started to enjoy the naivistic take on mail art. Here is a new drawing I made and plan on sending to Rebecca Guyver of The Postal Ledger. I love her blog a lot.
My naivistic drawing “Panda” for The Japan Mail Art Call by Club Otaku in Portugal. They also have a call called Sushi at the moment, which I posted about here. You can have the information also in Portugese on the website.
This is my original painting/drawing with watercolor pencils. I call it “Speak”. I am sending it to Canada. I am wondering if my take on the theme is a bit too dark. I had just been signing some Amnesty International petitions, so this whole issue of free speech was in my head. “Make Public is…
My original drawing called “Not Alone” for the “No Estas Solo” Mail Art Call by Julieta Rockera in Argentina. (“Et ole yksin” is the same quote in Finnish).