Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Alyonka collage created by Tim Scannell, Port Angeles, WA, USA.

Eternal America. Collage by Tim Scannell (copy).

Huge envelope from Tim Scannell containing a lot of "Americana" (to say 'Hello' to a Russian citizen) - U.S. stamps, magazine pictures of Donald Dick, King Kong, etc.

Two little booklets with Tim Scannell's poems.

Some American stamps received from Tim Scannell.

One more mail artwork by Lilia Gabitova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.

Sunday, May 28, 2006

Post card sent to Portugal as a contribution to "SEA / Fishermen" mail art project.

Picking up Mushrooms. Mail art by Lilia Gabitova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.

The Town of Alyonka. Mail art by Lilia Gabitova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.

Alyonka's Walk. Mail art by Lilia Gabitova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.

The Funny Sledge. Mail art by Lilia Gabitova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.

Alyonka's Red House. Mailed origami by Sorrow Sun, Moscow.

One more origami by Sorrow Sun.

Time is Changing for the Best. Collage sent to Irina Logvinova (Donetzk, Ukraine) as a contribution to her "Time is Artist" project.

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

The fish-shaped Alyonka-Matryoshka card (front and back sides) received from Championnet, France. Her favorite theme is "The Fish".

One of six (!) envelopes received one day from Nizhnekamsk, Russia. Created by Lilia Gabitova, a new participant of the project. The rest of her mail artworks will be posted a bit lately.

List of new Alyonka stamps printed and perforated by Frips, Belgium. I'm going to stick them to my envelopes to send them all over the world.

Samuel Beckett. Stamp art by Frips.

Tiny envelope from Frips decorated by a new Alyonka stamp.

Envelope of the letter sent to prisoner Andrew Gerasimov, Solikamsk, Russia.

Friday, May 19, 2006

Mail art by Ivan Zemtsov sent to Valery Shimanovsky.

Mail art sent to Tatyana Makarova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.

Post card received from Clemente Padin, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Back side of the post card by Clemente Padin.

This is what I returned last week to Mark Hammond, Kanazawa, Japan.

Received a month ago from Mark Hammond with the request to add what ever I wish and return as a post card.

The first and the third pages of the self-made card created by Anastasiya Victorova.

One more mail art by Anastasiya Victorova. Decorated by Denis Charmot's sticker. Sent in Mach 2006 from Nizhnekamsk. Arrived in Yoshkar-Ola but was returned because the postal code was wrong. Then it was sent again and received (at last!) last week. No wonder that the envelope loose its stamp on such a long way.

Add & pass sheet sent to Giovanni and Renata StraDA DA, Ravenna, Italy. Received from Frips, Gent, Belgium.

Friday, May 05, 2006

Mail art by Anastasiya Victorova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.

Collaged envelope sent to Nicolas Gatsas as a contribution to "The Dream City" mail art project.

Envelope of the letter from Ajgul Ahmetshina, Nizhnekamsk, Russia. Sometimes the cruelty of postal servants in relation to mail artworks cannot be explained.

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

This is a new Denis Charmot's contribution to Alyonka project. The whole card is made of steel and plastic.

Mail art by Steven Renald, Canada. Inside there was good information: my piece of Steven's giant postal puzzle (posted on February 17 this year) was well received!

Alyonka mail art sent to Frips as a new contribution to her "No Meat Today" project.

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