Tuesday, February 28, 2006

One more very perspective mail artist appeared in Nizhnekamsk, Russia. Do remember his name: Vadim Ryakhovsky.

Vadim Ryakhovsky is one of the members of SHIrMA creative group, famous all over Tatarstan for its conceptual exhibitions and unforgettable presentations.

Saturday, February 25, 2006

Alyonka and Laika's Space Journey. The drawing is created by Victoria Koldewyn, Springfield, Oregon, USA. Victoria invites mail artists to take part in her project named "When X is Y". Visit her blog, please: http://desideradada.blogspot.com.

Mail art sent to Luis Diaz Garcia as a contribution to his KISSES Project. To view the works of the participants visit http://luisdiazgarcia.blogspot.com.

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Mail art by Dmitry Zimin, a new participant of the project. Dmitry lives in a small town named after Gagarin. No wonder that his artwork reminds of the first cosmonaut's flight.

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

I was pleased to be invited by Francesca and Gabriele to participate in "Behind San Lorenzo" mail art project. Of course, I will! The aim is to invent a background between the old San Lorenzo chirch and the sky. All materials and instructions may be downloaded at www.amicidisanlorenzo.org

Francesca and Gabriele (Savona, Italy) created the whole album of Alyonka's images out of well-known pictures and photos of the past. Some of it's pages are posted below.

Finding out the real origin of Alyonka.

Francesca+Gabriele's invitation to the history of the cinema.

It may be easily imagined that Alyonka was among those children.

Mail art invitation to the year of 1945.

Friday, February 17, 2006

A piece of Postal Puzzle # 13. Sent today.

Thursday, February 16, 2006

The portrait of Alyonka without any changes. I have posted it for Emily Townsend and for those who wants to download this impressive image for mail art.

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Some artistamps by Frips.

Envelopes received from Belgian mail artist Frips are always unique.

Information: http://www.frips.be. Have you taken part in this mail art project? I have already!

More Alyonka stamps. Handprinted by Frips, Belgium

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Alyonka Puzzle. Have you ever played such a game? Mail art by Anastasiya Victorova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.

Anaslasiya Viktorova is going to become the most active participant of the project. Four beautiful mail artworks at one time! They were deeply impressed at the post office.

The Cosy Room of Alyonka. Imagined and created by Anastasiya Victorova.

Seven Alyonkas. One more wonderful mail art by Anastasiya Victorova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.

Mail art received from Ludmila Krasnova, Yoshkar-Ola, Russia.

Collage named "Ketchup". Sent to Andrey Titovets, Kachkanar, Sverdlovsk Region, Russia

Monday, February 13, 2006

Received from Orlando Nelson Pacheco Acuna, Chile.

Hello from Elabuga. Mail art by Valery Shimanovsky, Russia.

Friday, February 10, 2006

New Year congratulations and presents from mail art land and Denise Hunley, Dallas, USA.

"...At the dawn of a new consciousness we are exploring the boundaries of the universe..." Denise Hunley's painting is named "Transmission in Color". It is created in 1976.

This mail art is my new attempt to participate in "Share Your Wisdom" project announced by G.D.P. The first variant is this work was lost on its way to Belgium.

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Rebirth of Alyonka. Original artwork created by Schoko Casana Rosso, Berlin, Germany.

Mail art by R.F. Cote, Quebec, Canada.

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

The Art of Post Card. Collage by Andrey Titovets from Kachkanar, Sverdlovsk Region.

Yellow Kimono. Mail art by Sorrow Sun, Moscow.

Mail art sent to Andrey Gerasimov, Solikamsk, Russia.

Balerina girl Alyonka by name. The drawing is made by Andrey Gerasimov. The artist is eager to participate in Alyonka Project. So let's wait for his new mail artworks.

Monday, February 06, 2006

Mermaid Consoling Fisherman. Mail art sent to Valery Shimanovsky.

Mail art sent to The Envelope Collective.

Friday, February 03, 2006

Mail art by Valery Shimanovsky, Nizhnekamsk. Russia. Valery is planning to create a special collection of works reflecting how Alyonka make friends with famous artists of the past.

Mail artwork by Steven Renald, Canada. His last project was devoted to strip-tease. His new one is connected with the creation of a giant Postal Puzzle. I'm going to participate.

Self-portrait on mail art created by Valery Shimanovsky. The envelope was sent from Nizhnekamsk to the Museum of Fine Arts of the Mari Republic. It was received by Larisa Iltubaeva and Irina Mokrousova, curators of the future mail art exhibition.

The second variant of mail artwork created according to G.D.P.'s "Share Your Wisdom" project. It was sent to my friend Igor. As far as I know, G.D.P. didn't receive the first "Mind Your Watch" (posted there in December). It was lost on its way to Belgium. So, I'm going to send one more variant of this work to G.D.P.

Thursday, February 02, 2006

"Letter as Art" - title of the article appeared last month in "Vasha Gazeta" newspaper issued in Nizhnekamsk. The article was sent by Tatyana Makarova.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Mail art by Tatyana Makarova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.

Tatyna Makarova's envelopes are always very original.

One more mail art by Tatyana Makarova.

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