... video by Balu d'Art ...

Montag, 30. November 2009

... Mail Art by Servane Morel - obviously lost during sending ...


... what a pitty that this card did not arrived yet ...
I found this image on Servane's blog with the outgoing mail art

No. 254 - arriving mail art "Otto von Bismarck reloaded" from Wolfgang Skodd (Germany)


No. 254 - arriving mail art "Otto von Bismarck reloaded" from Wolfgang Skodd (Germany) - Wolfgang is wearing the Bismarck t-shirt which I have sent him some time ago and he probably made a performance with it. Thank you very much.

No. 253 - arriving mail art "Bismarck nach dem Verfeinern der Emser Depesche" from Uli Grohmann (Germany)


No. 253 - arriving mail art "Bismarck nach dem Verfeinern der Emser Depesche" from Uli Grohmann (Germany) - Uli has used a famous painting by Carl Spitzweg and used the head of Bismarck for the poet. This is the second variation of it. see as well No. 242. Thank you very much.

No. 252 - arriving mail art "artistamps Bismarck" from Bruno Chiarlone (Italy)


No. 252 - arriving mail art "artistamps Bismarck" from Bruno Chiarlone (Italy) - Bruno has made a new artistamp about Bismarck. He told me that he has sent as well a mail art to the Bismarck Museum itself. Thank you very much.

Samstag, 28. November 2009

No. 251 - arriving mail art documentation "Pulpo 1" from Carlos Botana (Spain)



No. 251 - arriving mail art documentation "Pulpo 1" from Carlos Botana (Spain) - the artistbooklet about octopus arrived today. Inside my Bismarck octopus. But unfortunately half of the submissions have nothing to do with octopus!? Thank you very much.
see his blog: http://carlosibotana.blogspot.es/

Freitag, 27. November 2009

No. 250 - arriving mail art "Bis (die) Mark in Bis €uro verkam..." from Daniel Spoerri (Austria)


No. 250 - arriving mail art "Bis (die) Mark in Bis€uro verkam war er noch wer! Wer will ihn heute noch ver (Bis) markten?" from Daniel Spoerri (Austria) - an incredible surprise from well-known fluxus artist Spoerri. He is writing a word pun on a sliced sheet of paper connecting the name of Bismarck and the former german D-Mark. Thank you very much.

No. 249 - arriving mail art "In Memoriam Jeanne-Claude 1935-2009" from Peter Backes (Germany)


No. 249 - arriving mail art "In Memoriam Jeanne-Claude 1935-2009" from Peter Backes (Germany) - Peter has worked out a wrapped Bismarck in memoriam of the great artist Jeanne-Claude Denat de Guillebon, who passed away some days ago. Thank you very much.

No. 248 - arriving mail art "Tri Tra Trulla Theater" from Heike Sackmann (Germany)


No. 248 - arriving mail art "Tri Tra Trulla Theater" from Heike Sackmann (Germany) - one of her artprints with a funny illustration of a theater. The punch is holding a little Bismarck doll in his hand. Thank you very much.
see her blog: http://bzw-plus-n.blogspot.com/

... found on fluxlisteurope ...

Donnerstag, 26. November 2009

No. 247 - arriving mail art "Meeting in Heebee Jeebeeland" from Test Tower (USA)


No. 247 - arriving mail art "Meeting in Heebee Jeebeeland" from Test Tower (USA) - it seems that Bismarck has been to Heebee Jeebeeland and meeting Test Tower. Thank you very much.

No. 246 - arriving mail art "Come va Bismarck?" from Bruno Chiarlone (Italy)


No. 246 - arriving mail art "Come va Bismarck?" from Bruno Chiarlone (Italy) - Bruno is asking me the question "how is Bismarck doing?" Thank you very much.

Mittwoch, 25. November 2009

No. 245 - arriving mail art "wanted wanted" from Lothar Trott (Switzerland)

No. 245 - arriving mail art "wanted wanted" from Lothar Trott (Switzerland) - Lothar has used several paper stuff from other artists here to create his collage, f. ex. a postcard by Stan Askew and some artistamps from Bruno Chiarlone. Thank you very much.

No. 244 - arriving mail art "Otto informiert" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)


No. 244 - arriving mail art "Otto informiert" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - the next collage arrived (Heinz please obey the formats of the post office! - again postal taxe to pay). The image shows the possibilities of the world of consumption and a critical aspect. Thank you very much.

Dienstag, 24. November 2009

No. 243 - arriving mail art "Otto Heimleuchten/ Muster anbei" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)


No. 243 - arriving mail art "Otto Heimleuchten/ Muster anbei" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - a big sized collaged with painting and a little light bulb on it. Thank you very much.

No. 242 - arriving mail art "Bismarck beim Verfeinern der Emser Depesche" from Uli Grohmann (Germany)


No. 242 - arriving mail art "Bismarck beim Verfeinern der Emser Depesche" from Uli Grohmann (Germany) - Uli has used a famous painting by Carl Spitzweg and used the head of Bismarck for the poet. Thank you very much.

No. 241 - arriving mail art from Dr. Brignone (Italy)


No. 241 - arriving mail art from Dr. Brignone (Italy) - a second variation of a collaged and modified comic strip with Bismarck in it as a soldier. Thank you very much.
see his blogs: http://rossinimailart.blogspot.com/
or: http://creaturesmailartcall.blogspot.com/

Samstag, 21. November 2009

No. 240 - arriving mail art from Aaron Almeida Holmquist (Venezuela)


No. 240 - arriving mail art from Aaron Almeida Holmquist (Venezuela) - Aaron has sent an artprint with collaged changed faces of the two person Bismarck and the president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavéz. Thank you very much.
see his blog: http://holmquistartecorreo.blogspot.com/

No. 239 - arriving mail art "wer muß unter die Soldaten?" from Anonymous (Germany)


No. 239 - arriving mail art "wer muß unter die Soldaten?" from Anonymous (Germany) - a collage combined with an old postcard from world war I. Thank you very much.

Freitag, 20. November 2009

No. 238 - arriving mail art from Uli Grohmann (Germany)


No. 238 - arriving mail art from Uli Grohmann (Germany) - Uli has used a famous graphical work by Albrecht Dürer and modified the knight with a Bismarck head. Thank you very much.

No. 237 - arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)


No. 237 - arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - Heinz has used a historical postcard and fixed a Bismarck portrait inside the heart. Thank you very much.

No. 236 - arriving mail art "Bismarck's favorite pullover" from Angela Behrendt (Germany)


No. 236 - arriving mail art "Bismarck's favorite pullover" from Angela Behrendt (Germany) - a colourful image of several pullovers. She used as well two of the Bismarck stamps. Angela has used an artcard from Friedrich Kunath - and besides these pullovers are socks. Thank you very much.

Donnerstag, 19. November 2009

No. 235 - arriving mail art "blue sensation mail art Bismarckstr." from Wolfgang Skodd (Germany)


No. 235 - arriving mail art "blue sensation mail art Bismarckstr." from Wolfgang Skodd (Germany) - another view of a Bismarck street together with a printed on Bismarck artistamp. Backsides with the famous blue bananas. Thank you very much.
see his blog: http://bananaunderground.blogspot.com/

Mittwoch, 18. November 2009

... my Bismarck twins for Ervin Zsubori, Hungary ...

see his project: http://arnolfini-mma.blogspot.com

No. 233 & No.234 - arriving mail art "Irgendwie Otto !" & "Hommage to Otto" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)



No. 233 & No.234 - arriving mail art "Irgendwie Otto !" & "Hommage to Otto" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - two more collaged postcards from Heinz, the first is another modification of a stitched postcard by Angela Behrend, the second one (it came anonymously but I suppose it is as well from Heinz) shows some Bismarck vikings, backsides he used an altered image I did once about Yoko Ono. Thank you very much.

No. 232 - arriving mail art "Bismarck flower" from Nicole Eippers (Belgium)


No. 232 - arriving mail art "Bismarck flower" from Nicole Eippers (Belgium) - a collaged postcard with a Bismarck medaillon inside a flower. Thank you very much.

Dienstag, 17. November 2009

No. 231 - arriving mail art "art or Bismarck" from John M. Bennett (USA)



No. 231 - arriving mail art "art or Bismarck" from John M. Bennett (USA) - John has sent me one of his enigmatical portrait - her a portriat of Bismarck. Inside the envelope some other stuff like little artistbooklets and artcards with his works. Thank you very much.