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Other files with mail art by Ruud Janssen : 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , most recent .

This page gives you an overview of some mail art pieces I have sent out. They are graphics from mail artists to whom I have sent my (snail-) mail art and they sent a digital copy back to me (or placed it on the Internet).

If you get a piece of mail art from me, I would welcome to get a digital copy of it. I will then add it to this growing documentation. I started this file in June 1998 because Ed Giecek (USA) was so kind to send me a digital photo of him opening the envelope I sent to him.

arto posto (USA) uses her MAC for all her graphics. With a scanner she digitized the snail-mail envelope I sent to her for her project and e-mailed it back to me end of August 1998. It proved to be no problem for a PC to read a MAC-file (JPEG), and here is the image (above).

Again a digital photo from Ed Giecek, received on July 30th 1998.

A digital Image from Gerhard Ostfalk (Köln , Germany) which I received in July 1998. He got the digital artworks from my site (see : recent art by Ruud Janssen and turned one of them into artistamps. The result is quite funny..... Again a pitty I don't have a colour-printer yet, but who knows what will happen with these artistamps.

A new digital photo from Ed Giecek, received on July 16th 1998. The envelope I sent him was lost for some weeks (we inform each other via e-mail about the snail-mail) but finally turned up. I used the rubber stamp Ed donated to the TAM Rubber Stamp Archive on the envelope in many colours.

Jas W. Felter (Canada) sent me two digital images (above and below) of envelopes he received from me. Especially the brown one shows that the postal office isn't always too careful with our mail-art.

And again a digital photo from Ed Giecek (above) on July 15th 1998, where the "postal worker" deposits my painted envelope in the "Post Office Box".

Vagner (Brasil) sent me this large digital image of the Collage Stamp sheet (#19401) he had received from me (below). It will be interesting to see if this specific sheet will be returned to the Tam Rubber Stamp Archive eventually.

If you receive a piece of snail mail from me and have a scanner or digital camera, I would welcome the digital file (via e-mail). I will add the graphic to this list and mention the background of the piece of mail-art.

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