Skull Appreciation Day 2013: Mail Us Your Skull Art!

Skull Appreciation Day Noah Scalin

It’s time for the THIRD ANNUAL CELEBRATION OF THE SKULL and Street Anatomy is taking part! For the previous 2 years Skull-A-Day has had people send in mail art to display at during the Skull Appreciation Day exhibitions and this year is no exception!

The third annual Skull Appreciation Day event will take place with Street Anatomy in Chicago, Illinois, USA, on 31 May 2013 from 6 pm – 9 pm, at the The International Museum of Surgical Science.

Show your appreciation for skulls. Send your entry as soon as possible as we have a short deadline this year.

Send your Mail Art to:
Skull Appreciation Day Mail Art
c/o Street Anatomy
1033 W. 14th Place Unit 220
Chicago, IL 60608
USA

DEADLINE:
28 May 2013

Format:
Standard postcard size – 4” x 6” (10.5 cm x 14.8 cm)
Please include your information on the reverse: name, address, e-mail address, website/blog if any.

Family Friendly please

No fee, no jury, no return, after the exhibit, works will be documented on the blog –
http://Skullappreciationdaymailart.blogspot.com

Skull Appreciation Day mail art 2012

If you’re not familiar with mail art, the idea is simple, anything that can make it through the mail system with proper postage on it is acceptable! Many people like to stick with 2-D work on a standard sized postcard, but the sky’s pretty much the limit. Need some inspiration for what to do? Check out some of the submissions from the last few years on the Skull Appreciation Day Mail Art blog!

 

 

6 thoughts on “Skull Appreciation Day 2013: Mail Us Your Skull Art!”

  1. I maybe should mention it is on one ply of toilet paper affixed to card stock with glue stick and sprayed with a few light coats of clear glaze..I don’t want to cover it because I feel it takes away from the texture. Well as long as I know I can put it in an envelope, then it’s all good! thanks Mim 🙂

  2. I send my collaged postcards without envelopes. I make sure that I’ve done a good job with the adhesive and 99% of the time my Mail Art makes it through the post within the U.S. and internationally. Some of my Mail Art friends use envelopes. It’s all good.

  3. I have something to send that is postcard size, but I am worried about it getting ruined in the mail. should I put it in an envelope or does it have to be mailed as a postcard?

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  5. This has been a very exciting event in the past, so I’m sure there’ll be some amazing skully Mail Art coming your way this year.

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