Friday, March 31, 2006
Nizhnekamsk is becoming the mail art capital of Russia! Ajgul Ahmetshina is going to be the sixth Nizhnekamsk citizen participating in Alyonka project.
One more artwork by Irina Dvoyeglazova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.
Post servants in Nizhnekamsk were not very merciful to Irina's mail art.
Tuesday, March 28, 2006
Mail art society of Nizhnekamsk is becoming wider. The first mail artwork by Irina Dvoyeglazova, the new participant of Alyonka project.
Another mail art by Irina Dvoyeglazova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.
Mail art by prisoner Sergey Gerasimov, Solikamsk, Russia.
Saturday, March 25, 2006
Mail art sent to Vadim Ryakhovsky, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.
Original eraser cutting of Alyonka. The valuable present received from Frips!
Now I have the opportunity to stamp the pages of the letters and the envelopes addressed to mail artists all over the world!
Sent to Frips, Gent, Belgium.
Sent to Valery Shimanovsky, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.
Wednesday, March 22, 2006
Last Saturday the article about French mail artist Denis Charmot appeared in The Mariyskaya Pravda. It was announced on the fist page and was published on the third page under the title "From France with love� to The Mariyskaya Pravda".
Eight Alyonkas of different colours by Luis Diaz Garcia, Madrid, Espana.
Envelope from Luis Diaz Garcia, initiator of KISSES mail art project (http://luisdiazgarcia.blogspot.com).
Tuesday, March 21, 2006
Mail art devoted to Segrey Paradzhanov by Valery Shimanovsky, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.
Alyonka postcard by Kerry88, Portland, USA.
Sunday, March 19, 2006
The postcard by Denis Charmot demanded some sense of humor from me.
Last Friday this mail art was posted on the blog of The Incredible Green Cat Company (www.incrediblegreencat.blogspot.com).
Yesterday one more mail art from Russia appeared on the same blog. It was Valery Shimanovsky's Green Cat.
Saturday, March 18, 2006
Mail art "Tea Analysis" sent to R.F.Cote, Quebec, Canada.
Mail art "Death is the Art of Farewell" sent to Valery Shimanovsky, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.
"No Meat Today" envelope sent to (and kindly sent back by) Svetlana Svininnikova, Ramenskoye, Russia.
Tuesday, March 14, 2006
Mail art by Olga Sorokina, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.
Alyonka and Picasso. Mail art by Valery Shimanovsky, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.
Nastya Klukina is fond of creating post cards nowadays.
One more post card by Nastya Klukina, Yoshkar-Ola, Russia.
Sunday, March 12, 2006
Alyonka & Nastyonka. Black & white mail art by Anastasiya Viktorova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.
Nastyonka likes Alyonka chocolate. Self portrait by Anastasiya Viktorova on the back side of the envelope.
Saturday, March 11, 2006
Tatyana Makarova's letter made Alfia Knyazeva create her first mail artwork for Alyonka project.
Tatyana Makarova and Alyonka sweets. January 2006.
Mail art sent from Nizhnekamsk to Magnitogorsk. Created by Tatyana Makarova for Alfia Knyazeva.
Thursday, March 09, 2006
Mail art "Who Needs Underground?" Sent last week to Joseph A. Uphoff, Colorado Springs, USA.
"Hostess of Space". Received from Sorrow Sun, Moscow.
Received from Valery Shimanovsky with many pleasant greetings and congratulations on Motherland Defenders' Day.
Tuesday, March 07, 2006
Post card created by Emily Townsend, West Windsor, NJ, USA. I recommend visiting her site www.etstudio.net to view her virtual collages.
A farewell to Alyonka. The envelope is going to be exhibited at the First International Mail Art Show in Malaysia.
In a Sentimental Mood. Mail art sent to International Mail Art Artists Group (I-MAG), Malaysia.
Saturday, March 04, 2006
A tribute to Alyonka and Andy Warhol by Fabio Sassi, Bologna, Italy.
More stamps. More mail art.
Fabio Sassi�s envelopes are richly decorated by stamps.
Back side of the envelope received from Fabio Sassi.
Friday, March 03, 2006
Mail art sent to Jana Egerova who lives and works in Kampala, Uganda.
Thursday, March 02, 2006
One more artwork by Vadim Ryakhovsky, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.
Vadim Ryakhovsky and his wife Liliana (left) are getting acquainted with mail art masterpieces created by Denis Charmot and Sergey Legotin. Tatyana Makarova (right) is very proud of her contributions to "Alyonka" project.
Ivan Zemtsov is getting acquainted with wonderful drawings by Vadim Ryakhovsky. Nizhnekamsk, January 2006.