Added a hardcopy Bitcoin to this paper and also some traditional values. Symbolic for the new ways for mail-art that old and new are now integrating and we don’t know which way things are heading. Will be funny to find out where this paper will travel too…… And what kind of traces are on it. I left a few of mine and now digitized it. The network will tell if.. Read More
Two outgoing envelopes today. One above a reply to the cards from Houlton Vinyl (Kosmo Vinyl) in USA. He asked for some Ray Johnson add-and-pass-o sheets which I am sending him. Always was a fan of the Clash, so this is an interesting new contact. Also love the cards he did…… The second envelope below goes to Heleen de Vaan who is constantly active with her new drawings and sometimees.. Read More
On 21-2-12 I made these sheets and passed them out. Not a lot happened. I still had some lying here and pass them on now and then. Suddently on facebook they revived. Especially this version: “E” from France started adding on one and published it on some Facebook groups. It was piched up by the Mail-Art network on Facebook, and started to be added and passed on to. It resulted.. Read More
This is a new image for an IUOMA address label, rubber stamp and whatever else… Image by Ray Johnson and Carl Chew. Design by Mike Dickau. Art Direction and Production by The Sticker Dude & Jack Lattemann. Coming soon to your in/mail boxes!
Last week an interesting parcel from Mike Dyar arrived with in it an object that deserves some attention. The backside of the parcel receils some details already. A.M. Fine and Ray Johnson, and Mike himself looking for the next question. The mail-interview with Mike Dyar (see on this blog at: http://iuoma.org/blog_new_2015/2015/06/22/mail-interview-with-mike-dyar-usa/ Was never finished and published when I ended the project. Above the front cover of the parcel. Typical style.. Read More
In the beginning 90-ies I sent this enveloppe to Ray Johnson. Also got replies from him, but only discovered this envelope recently because it is shown on: http://observer.com/2012/03/ray-johnson-estate-has-a-new-website-rich-with-mail-art-performance-documentation-ephemera/ A newspaper article in which they tell about the Ray Johnson Estate that has a large website with items from and to Ray. The envelope also contained the “This part is CENSORED” sticker, which was in the 90-ies part of the first.. Read More
The Mail-Interview with Ray Johnson – USA (unfinished) The Mail-Interview with Ray Johnson went in a special way. He reacted to the first formal invitation like this above. He also wrote on the backside, which added the dimension: He sent it in one of his typical enveloppes: I published the textual version of the interview too, which I will include here as well.This time also inserted the many visuals that.. Read More