Saturday, February 22, 2014
Saturday, February 1, 2014
With some new letters I started the first experioments for logo's. This one is laying them on one of my drawings where I can select any form I want.
Sometimes the play gives strange forms. The I fits in the U, and (below) the M can also function as the Sum sign (a math symbol) that changes the message completely.
a last sample with some more letters gives even the fealing of a mathematical sollution for the network:
Sunday, October 6, 2013
Friday, August 30, 2013
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Sunday, December 2, 2012
Saturday, November 10, 2012
With the year 2013 coming closer I have been digging into the historic archives of the IUOMA to document some details of the past. The logo above is quite known in the mail-art network. In 1990 it was designed by Piermario Ciani (Italy) for the IUOMA and has been used ever since.
Lon Spiegelman (USA) designes also some logos for the IUOMA. His favorite round logos are also wellknow. He made them for several mail-artists and organisations. I even made a rubberstamp of one of the logos (leaving out the year) which is still used.
In the ART-STRIKE years the IUOMA also took its position and declared against it. The formal statement from the archives now located in Breda, Netherlands.
The list of people with special functions inside the IUOMA as published in the first IUOMA magazine in 1991.
Saturday, October 20, 2012
For the outgoing mail-art these postage stamps are designed and issued by post.nl . You will find out soon enough when and how they hit the network. This is the worldwide version. Below is again the Europe version and the inside Netherlands version (photo of original sheets)
Friday, October 19, 2012
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Three artistamps made for celebrating the IUOMA by Alexander Limarev (Russia). The Balls in the network are all connected but roll their own way..... Thank you Alexander!
Monday, October 15, 2012
Arttower (Germany) always makes these wonderful drawings. For the IUOMA he designed three robots so far that he only published digitally on the IUOMA plaform located at:
The designs work so well. Would make some great cards for sure....
arttower calls them mail bots.
Litsa Spathi (Netherlands) designed this new logo for the celebration of the 25 years the IUOMA will be active next year. Special prints will be made of this logo as well, and it will be decorating some of the outgoing mail-art as well.
To give yopu an idea of how they look as a stampsheet, she placed some on a single image as well and this shows how string the design is: