Links to others' sites, information, and inspiration:
What is mailart? What do these words mean?
Online mailart shows:
Links to Mailart calls - how to participate in this off-kilter world
- Fan Mail Art Info, in Luxembourg. One of the best sites for info.
- Dragonfly Dream's mailart call list, includes a clarification about a false call.
- Shouting at the Postman offers important insight into fake calls, plus links to current call sites.
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are just two of many other mailart conferences/message boards. If they're not there now, sorry.
These boards appear & disappear in a blink.
Publications and info - mailart:
Publications and info - rubberstamping:
Links pages for more mailart and rubber stamp info:
Other links - not exactly mailart
- Assemblage d'assemblage, a few visually astonishing pieces of collage-gone-big. See other challenging artwork at the IPDG, too. Not always nice, and rarely cute.
- badart.com, with very bad art in a delightful context. Thought-provoking and smiles guaranteed. Well, if you appreciate this kind of humor.
- Dan Eldon - The Journey is the Destination. Collaged journal, clearly an inspiration for many others.
- Gallery of the Absurd for the strangest, campy advertising images. It makes me laugh out loud.
- Griffin and Sabine, by Nick Bantock: an inspiration. I love this three-book series, and later work.
- Loosely Glued Art Gallery, odd imagery in a collaborative online gallery.
- A little off-the-subject: SQuarK MUseuM, of odd, Fluxlist stuff. (If you like Fluxus, see Fluxus Online.)
Where to buy rubber stamps