Tuesday, December 4, 2012


Spent the last couple of days cutting up work into fragments for a couple of mail art projects that I am involved in. If you don't know about mail art here is what Wikipedia has to say, "Mail art is a worldwide cultural movementt that began in the early 1960s and involves sending visual art (but also music, sound art, poetry, etc.) through the international postal system. "[You can read more here] One project is organized by David Sandrum [link here], and called #twitterartexhibit, [link here]. Their mandate is "Through art we can change the world."We help charities and nonprofits with postcard-sized, handmade original artwork." I like what they do so I am pleased to support them. The other is called Fragments; it's more of an exchange between artists. Basically you are exchanging fragments of works. If you would like to to get involved contact; Carl Heyward, via Face book  for the ONGOING MAIL ART PROJECT. Must say it's been fun cutting up work and seeing new emerge. Things that have not worked, now work; and as an extra bonus I used the leftovers for some new business cards. Another thing I've been meaning to do.

My fragments ready to put in the mail.


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    1. Thanks Jennifer, a very fun project, and great learning experience to see what works at this size.


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