Soon the new cards will be ready and will be sent out. The order went out just now. This blogposting is the only posting about the cards I will be doing, so eventually we will see what the sending out of the cards will bring. There is a long history about the membership cards for IUOMA. It started back in 1988 and not every year a card was produced. Also.. Read More
The last decades I have been sending out lots of acrylic painted envelopes. The proces of making them goes in various stages. Each color is added as a batch to several envelopes where I constantly decide what there will be added to the envelope. Once ready each envelope gets a date stamp with my initials JR and the year of production. So the new envelopes all get a 2016 behind.. Read More
In 2 weeks I will be doing two workshops on the use of the 3D pen for two groups of teachers at a college. They will be guided into the possibilities of using the new tool in their education, but it could also be fun. I made the letter A with black PLA plastic, and the golden cage was made lateron as a cube surrounding the letter A. I used.. Read More
Today this complete set went out. More to follow since I started a new set that is dated 2016 and will go out somewhere this year as well. On the backside I placed the stickers
Four new Fluxus words were painted on envelopes. They are now sent out to some active mail/artists, so they will find the word quite soon. If they don
Here yoy can see the new possibilities the new pen set gives. Combination of broad lines, smaller lines, and very small lines. All in the VIP style where I write a Visual Impulse Poem (VIP) on the paper, but I guess the viewers won’t be able to read it too. They need to search for the lines and the message.
Just bought a set of new pens, Rotring 2000 isograph, with several types of nibs. It means I can work faster with indian ink and have more control on the broadness of the lines I use in my work.
A few new VIP’s (Visual Impulse Poetry) were made on the special day 29-2-2016.
For people doing research, please notice that the old IUOMA website is still available. I started the website in 1996 when the HTTP protocols first were used to make the WWW websites.