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The International Union Of Mail Artists


This is an overview of information, mail and logo's that members of the IUOMA made for the union. If you are a member and want to have your texts of visuals online, just send your work to the Union!

  1. THE MEMBERSCHIPCARD designed by SEAN
  2. THE LOGO OF THE IUOMA + STICKER (large)
  3. INFORMATION ABOUT LOGOS
  4. ERASER-CARVED stamp for IUOMA by NOBODY PRESS (1999)
  5. POSTER for the IUOMA by HANS HESS (1991)

  6. The Orange IUOMA-sticker! (1999)
  7. Collage for the IUOMA by Michael Leigh (A1) (1998)
  8. Collage for the IUOMA by Michael Leigh (A1) - UK. (1999)
  9. Visual work by Joe Decie with the IUOMA-stickers (UK). (1999)
  10. POSTCARDS by I.Q.C.M from Spain (2002)

  11. Card by Real Mail, Goes, Netherlands (2001)
  12. FORM of IUOMA-membership by VORTICE, Argentina (2002)
  13. Logo for IUOMA by Jonas Nekrasius - Lithuania (1991)
  14. Sticker made by Travis Medford, Atlanta, USA - detail
  15. Sticker made by Travis Medford, Atlanta, USA - enveloppe

  16. Graphic logo for IUOMA designed by Tine Vercruysse (Belgium).
  17. Tattoo design by Kiyotei, USA - Version 1 made in 2003.
  18. Tattoo design by Kiyotei, USA - Version 2 made in 2003.
  19. Rubber Stamp made by Bill Porter, USA - Version Print-side (2003)
  20. Rubber Stamp made by Bill Porter, USA - Version Rubber-side (2003).

  21. Rubber Stamp made by Bill Porter, USA - Version Envelope (2003).
  22. Order your own IUOMA-Stamp online!
  23. On June 2nd 2003 I received a large envelope from Claudio Romeo - V.le Kennedy 144 - 20050 Villa Raverio (MI) - ITALY. The envelope was beautifully decorated and looked like the image below. It contained the IUOMA-certificate for me to sign, a diskette with new designed IUOMA logos (you can see them by clicking here: PDF-file with IUOMA-logo's). Also lots of other colourful items in the envelope that were worth exploring.


  24. your text?
  25. your visuals?
  26. your visions about what the IUOMA should do?
  27. your rubberstamps?
  28. your artistamps?

The Changing artistamp I got from the Museum of Communication in Bern, Switserland, where they have some documentation online about a mail art project they once organized

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