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Freitag, 30. Juli 2010

No. 666 - arriving mail art from Uli Grohmann (Germany)



No. 666 - arriving mail art from Uli Grohmann (Germany) - Uli used an advertising picture with Bismarck and did a faked postage stamp out of it, and it worked. Thank you very much.

No. 665 - arriving mail art from Ramon Cruces (Spain)

No. 665 - arriving mail art from Ramón Cruces (Spain) - inside the envelope a modified portrait of Bismarck. Thank you very much.

Mittwoch, 28. Juli 2010

No. 664 - arriving mail art from Keith Bates (United Kingdom)



No. 664 - arriving mail art from Keith Bates (United Kingdom) - Keith has sent a copy of collaged add&pass sheet on which you can find a helmet and some info about an airport called Bismarck Municipal Airport. Inside also some fluxus stickers; some refers to Ray Johnson, the design of the bunny is also from Ray. Thank you very much.

No. 663 - arriving mail art "Gute Lektüre" from Wolfgang P. Brunner (Germany)




No. 663 - arriving mail art "Gute Lektüre" from Wolfgang P. Brunner (Germany) - Wolfgang has sent a book about Bismarck, but the book is cut on the edge and it has become hardly readable now. Thank you very much.

Dienstag, 27. Juli 2010

No. 662 - arriving mail art from Jim Leftwich (USA)


No. 662 - arriving mail art from Jim Leftwich (USA) - Jim has made a big sized collage with a partly cut-out bismarck portrait. Thank you very much.

No. 661 - arriving mail art from Samuel Montalvetti (Argentina)



No. 661 - arriving mail art from Samuel Montalvetti (Argentina) - inside a decoratedenvelope two collages. One of them is dedicated to Otto von Bismarck with a page from a dictionary. Thank you very much.
see one of his blogs: http://papelcollage.blogspot.com

Samstag, 24. Juli 2010

No. 659 & No. 660 - arriving mail art from "E" (France)


No. 659 & No. 660 - arriving mail art from "E" (France) - two more painted postcards, one of them over an commercial postcard with stickes on it the other is an over painted postcard by Ben Vautier. Thank you very much.

No. 658 - arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)


No. 658 - arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - a collaged postcard a modifeid comic with an otto view. Thank you very much.

Freitag, 23. Juli 2010

No. 657 - arriving mail art "Die Emser Depesche oder wem Gott will rechte Gunst erweisen" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)


No. 657 - arriving mail art "Die Emser Depesche oder wem Gott will rechte Gunst erweisen" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - a collaged postcard with a faked postage stamp. Thank you very much.

Donnerstag, 22. Juli 2010

No. 656 - arriving mail art "Es ist nicht leicht unter diesem Kanzler Kaiser zu sein" from Uli Grohmann (Germany)


No. 656 - arriving mail art "Es ist nicht leicht unter diesem Kanzler Kaiser zu sein" from Uli Grohmann (Germany) - an image of the german emperor Wilhelm I and the sentence "it is not easy to be an emperor under this chancellor. Thank you very much.

No. 654 & No. 655 - arriving mail art "Sonntagsausflug im Ottomobil" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)


No. 654 & No. 655 - arriving mail art "Sonntagsausflug im Ottomobil" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - one more of a collaged pink card without any postage stamps and another big sized collage - Bismarck riding a surrealistic bike - his ottomobil. Thank you very much.

Mittwoch, 21. Juli 2010

No. 652 & No. 653 - arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)


No. 652 & No. 653 - arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - two more of the pink cards without any postage stamps arrived to me. Thank you very much.

Dienstag, 20. Juli 2010

No. 651 - arriving mail Art "Castelnau Montratier Otto" from "E" and Philippe Pissier (France)


No. 651 - arriving mail Art "Castelnau Montratier Otto" from "E" and Philippe Pissier (France) - a commercial postcard has been sent by "E" to the hometown of Philippe and he passed it over to me. "E" painted a special Bismarck windmill over the card. Thank you very much.

No. 650 - arriving mail art "Bismarck wollte ..." from Uli Grohmann (Germany)


No. 650 - arriving mail art "Bismarck wollte ..." from Uli Grohmann (Germany) - a computer generated postcard with the Hamburg Bismarck Monument together with a skyline of Paris. Thank you very much.

No. 649 - arriving mail art from Reiner Langer (Germany)



No. 649 - arriving mail art from Reiner Langer (Germany) - Reiner has sending this letter via registred letter with a registred red card (officially used!) inside a funny collage he made out of historical images. Thank you very much.

No. 648 - arriving mail art "Polizei sucht WM Räuber mit diesem Phantombild" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)


No. 648 - arriving mail art "Polizei sucht WM Räuber mit diesem Phantombild" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - another pink card without any valid postage stamp arrives - the police is searching for bandits wearing this typicals hats. Thank you very much.

Montag, 19. Juli 2010

No. 647 - arriving mail art "Kleider machen Leute... die Uniform macht den Mensch" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)


No. 647 - arriving mail art "Kleider machen Leute ... die Uniform macht den Mensch" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - both sided with a collaged portait of Bismarck, one with an old cigarette box as a dress. Thank you very much.





No. 642 - No. 646 - arriving mail art from "E" (France) - 5 more painted postcards, one of them big sized. Thank you very much.
see his new blog: http://expositionsingeschaunois.blogspot.com/

Samstag, 17. Juli 2010

No. 641 - arriving mail art "Bismarck zieht sich in sein Schneckenhaus zurück" from Angela Behrendt (Germany)


No. 641 - arriving mail art "Bismarck zieht sich in sein Schneckenhaus zurück" from Angela Behrendt (Germany) - another postal experiment without any vaild postage stamp - here with a collage on it. Thank you very much.

Freitag, 16. Juli 2010

No. 640 - arriving mail art from Achim Heidemann (Germany)


No. 640 - arriving mail art from Achim Heidemann (Germany) - a bigger sized collaged with some material I sent to Achim. Thank you very much.

No. 639 - arriving mail art "Irgendwie vermisse ich manchmal meine Zahnspange" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)


No. 639 - arriving mail art "Irgendwie vermisse ich manchmal meine Zahnspange" from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - a over collaged commercial adversting with a typical Bismarck helmet. Thank you very much.