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==Synopsis==
 
[[Image:GP.png|200px|thumb|left|Going Postal Gallery by Su Mwamba]]
 
[[Image:GP.png|200px|thumb|left|Going Postal Gallery by Su Mwamba]]
 
[[Image:GP_mini.png|200px|thumb|right|Going Postal Project mini-zines by Su Mwamba]]
 
[[Image:GP_mini.png|200px|thumb|right|Going Postal Project mini-zines by Su Mwamba]]
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Participants in the Going Postal Project were asked to submit [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artist_trading_cards/ ATCs] with their interpretation of the themes postage, postal or mail art.  As the project progressed, mini-zines of the contributions were issued as documentation for participants.  The Going Postal Gallery features all of the ATCs entered throughout the project, plus design notes as provided by the artists.
 
Participants in the Going Postal Project were asked to submit [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artist_trading_cards/ ATCs] with their interpretation of the themes postage, postal or mail art.  As the project progressed, mini-zines of the contributions were issued as documentation for participants.  The Going Postal Gallery features all of the ATCs entered throughout the project, plus design notes as provided by the artists.
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==External links==
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; [http://tanglecrafts.wordpress.com/mailart/going-postal/update/ The Going Postal Project]
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: (the project is now closed to new entries)

Revision as of 03:00, 7 August 2011

Synopsis

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Going Postal Gallery by Su Mwamba
Going Postal Project mini-zines by Su Mwamba

The Going Postal Gallery showcases the results of a mail art project hosted by [TangleCrafts] from January to August, 2010. It is a 36 page, A6 (quarter-size) zine by Su Mwamba, and was first released in September 2010. The zine ships in a transparent cellophane packet with the recipient's address handwritten on the back cover.

Participants in the Going Postal Project were asked to submit ATCs with their interpretation of the themes postage, postal or mail art. As the project progressed, mini-zines of the contributions were issued as documentation for participants. The Going Postal Gallery features all of the ATCs entered throughout the project, plus design notes as provided by the artists.

External links

The Going Postal Project
(the project is now closed to new entries)