Monday, January 29, 2007


Alyonkas Are Being Happy About the Advantages of Technical Progress (on Principle) and the Launch of Artificial Earth Satellites (in Particular). This is the title of the artwork created by Dmitry Babenko, Krasnodar, Russia.


Vanya-2... It's quite a strange combination because "Vanya" is a diminutive variant of my name "Ivan". Nevertheless I like this card created by the members SHIrMA group and sent from Moscow.

Sunday, January 28, 2007


Mail artwork on envelope received from Nicole Eippers, Merin, Belgium. I'm going to participate in Nicole's project dedicated to pigs (


New Year post card by Fabrice Fosse, Maulevrier Sainte Gertrude, France.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007


Post card from "Post-Portrait" artistamps exhibition presented in Moscow L-Gallery in November 2006.


Front side of the booklet issued by Juri Gik for his "Post-Portrait" solo artistamps show.


Envelope of the letter received recently from Juri Gik, Moscow.

Sunday, January 21, 2007


This mail art masterpiece was created by Olga Sorokina, Nizhnekamsk, Russia. The owner of this envelope is Valery Shimanovsky.


This envelope is from Steven Renald, Chicoutimi, Canana. It contains a press-release about his last exhibition.

Saturday, January 20, 2007


Post card created by Tatyana Makarova and Valery Shimanovsky, Nizhnekamsk, Russia.


Mail artwork by Artia Saurus, Pont de lā€™Jsere, France.


Set of digital prints from Thomai Kontou, Elassona, Greece.

Tuesday, January 16, 2007


I can't help admiring this New Year Tree created in December 2005 (more than a year ago) by Olga Sorokina and sent to another Nizhnekamsk mail artist Valery Shimanovsky.


Collaged post card made by Olga Fedorovich, Kazan, Russia.


Envelope received from Olga Fedorovich, Kazan, Russia.


Sorrow Sun, citizen of Moscow, created this mail artwork together with her three-year-old son Igor. This is her 25th Alyonka contribution!

Thursday, January 11, 2007


Mail artwork by Oleg Gratzelev, Perm, Russia. This envelope is his fourth contribution to Alyonka project. Keep going, Oleg!


Front side of the post card created by Edward Egorov. He is a professional journalist. Oleg himself wrote this article about Alyonka exhibition and published it in a regional newspaper.


Reverse of the card received from Edward Egorov, Alexandrov, Russia.

Monday, January 08, 2007


Envelope received from Svetlana Soshnikova, Fyodorovsky Village, Hanti-Mansi Region of Russia.


Svetlana sent me the photo of Hanti, the people of the region she lives in.


This mail artwork was created by Svetlana's colleague Jury Tanigin, artist from Mari El Republic. Nowadays Jury lives and has a well-paid job in Fyodorovsky Village (Hanti-Mansi Region of Russia). His daughter Elvika's portrait was used in this collage.


Svetlana Soshnikova (right) and Jury Tanigin with his wife Natalya (left) and their daughter Elvika.

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