Serse Luigetti is a mail artist from Perugia, Italy, who is active in the mail art movement since beginning of 1980s. He sent us two prints.
Marzia Maria Braglia is an artist from Italy. She is involved in paintings, mail art, poetry… Marzia sent us her ‘l’arte in cartolina’ inspired by Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ play. More about Marzia’s art can be found on her website.
Bob Addy is a member of Droitwich Arts Network. He sent us a ‘Lady Macbeth’ in black and white LinoCut. Bob used a photograph from the internet, manipulated it in Photoshop and than cut the lino block by using CNC machine. The actual print was made by hand.
Janine Kucharczyk from France is a member of Les Amis des Arts de Voiron, and this is her second year of exhibition her mail art in Droitwich. Janine sent us two postcards inspired by Shakespeare tragedy ‘Hamlet’. More about Janine’s art can be find on her website.
Riley McKinney from the USA sent her postcard inspired with Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’, with the famous line ‘To Die, To Sleep, Perchance To Dream’. It is an interesting combination of stitched fabric and painting collage.
Dorian Ribas Marinho is Brazilian visual artist, writer and designer. From 1978 begins to make mail art as one of the movement’s pioneers in Brazil and experimental poetry (visual poetry), and he exhibited in many international exhibitions. More about Dorian can be found on Wikipedia link.
Silvano Pertone c/o Psyche Out Fanzine has sent two postcards. One is titled ‘Kill your idol’ and the second one is reminder of the great Dire Straits hit ‘Romeo and Juliet’. For a quite obvious reasons!
Simon Warren sent us his mail art this year, following his submission to 2015 exhibition. His mail art is mostly in form of the poetry and writing and we have got 4 letters: ‘Eraepsekahs’, ‘The School Play’, ‘The Merry Wife of Waterstones’ and ‘Dougers by Name’.
Nataša Marinković Petrić from Serbia has sent us a collage inspired by Shakespeare’s portrait, his plays and some of the characters (Romeo and Juliet and Falstaff).