Thursday, June 29, 2006

Ivan Zemtsov is sending Alyonka mail art at Yoshkar-Ola Central Post Office.

This well decorated envelope was sent on the 2255-th day after 2000.

Alyonka mail artwork by StraDa DA Ravenna.

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Another StraDA DA Ravenna's contribution to Alyonka Project.

One more artwork from StraDA DA Ravenna, Italy.

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Mail art by Denis Charmot, Marnaz, France. Sent to Basil Panchenko, editor-in-chief of The Mariyskaya Pravda, the main newspaper of the Mari Republic of Russia.

Mail art by Denis Charmot sent to Vladimir Marishev, correspondent of the Mariyskaya Pravda. The image is downloaded from Charmot's web-site (

Mail art by Tatyana Makarova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia. Last week the work appeared on the site of Denis Charmor, Marnaz, France. Tatyana's work is devoted to Kuzja, the best friend of Alyonka.

The page of Denis Charmot's web site ( with the work by Tatyana Makarova.

Post card created by a member of MOJARO group Vladimir Bulat, Bucharest, Roman.

Sunday, June 25, 2006

Card created by Tatyana Makarova as a present for Valentina Repina.

Received from Tatyana Makarova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.

Friday, June 23, 2006

Marcelle Simon ( saw Alyonka on the site of Reine Shag by Denis Charmot. It made him remember the famous pub of Salvador Dali for "Le Chocolat Lanvin" (1970).

Received from far away Sao Paulo, Brazil. Created by Sidney Tome.

Be happy! One more mail art from Nizhnekamsk, Russia. Olga Sorokina for Irina Mitrushkina created it.

Tatyana Makarova's big hand on a big envelope sent to a Kazan citizen Irina Mitrushkina.

Thursday, June 22, 2006

Post card received from Teo Ajder, a member of MOJARO creative group (, Warsaw, Poland.

Collaged envelopes sent to Victoria Coldewin (Springfield, OR, USA) and Mark Hammond (Kanazawa, Japan).

Mad Tea. Sent to Nastya Klukina, Yoshkar-Ola, Russia.

Coupon of Luck. Front side and reverse of the envelope by Alex Klukin, Yoshkar-Ola, Russia.

Sent to Svetlana Soshnikova, Fedorovsky Village, Tumensky Region of Russia.

A piece of snowy winter and a piece of sunny summer by Sorrow Sun, Moscow.

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

The second Pinky's contribution to Alyonka project. Her envelope is made of paper, stickers, post stamps and feather.

Collaged card by Pinky, Chartres, France.

Alyonka's Dreams by Mark Hammond, Kanazawa, Japan.

Envelope with round window containing Mark Hammond's mail art.

The first contribution to Alyonka mail art collection from Gulnaz Gimatdinova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.

Envelope by Olga Sorokina created for Irina Mitrushkina and sent to Kazan, Russia.

Alyonka in Hanti national costume. This envelope is received from the very distant Hanti-Mansi region of Russia. Created by professional artist Svetlana Soshnikova.

Russian variant of the same Alyonka by Svetlana Soshnikova.

Thursday, June 08, 2006

Mail art inna 'Lyonka stylee. Designed by Olga Sorokina, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.

Alyonka is Pumping her Mind. Mail art by Anastasiya Viktorova, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.

Spring Mood. Mail art by Almaz Ahmetshin, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.

One more card with Alyonka image created by Marie Dupont.

Alyonka card by Marie Bernadette Dupont, Bouvigny Boyeffles, France.

Leafs, You Are Letters. Letters, You Are Leafs. Envelope received from Naberezhnie Chelni, Russia. Created by Yuka.

Monday, June 05, 2006

Mail art by Marie Bernadette Dupont, Bouvigny Boyeffles, France.

Reverse of the envelope received from Marie Bernadette Dupont.

List of Alyonka stamps printed by Marie Dupont. I've already begun to stick them to my envelopes addressed to mail artists.

One of three Alyonka cards designed by Marie Dupont.

Alyonka and Sigmund Freud. Mail art by Valery Shimanovsky, Nizhnekamsk, Russia. On the envelope there are some stamps issued by Psychoanalytical Association of Nizhnekamsk during Psychoanalytical spring.

Saturday, June 03, 2006

Envelope designed by Anne-Marie Lenain, Laval, France.

Backside of Alyonka envelope received from Anne-Marie Lenain.

Post card received last week from Finland. Created by Haje Holmstrom. Front side and reverse.

This article recently appeared in The Marijskaya Pravda. It tells about how the local postal authorities of the Mari Republic are going to support the October 2006 Alyonka Show.

Mail art taken from transparent envelope by Alex Tupitsin. Front side and reverse.

Transparent envelope (filled and empty) received from Alex Tupitsin, Sergiev Posad, Russia.

Thursday, June 01, 2006

One more mail art by Yuka Shelkunova. Face and reverse.

Received from Naberezhnie Chelni, Russia. Created by Yuka Shelkunova.

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