TAM Rubberstamp Archive

The TAM Rubberstamp Archive started in 1983 by sending out the first sheets into the network Ruud knew then, and is now over 35 years old. Still more contributions come in and only rarely the normal public can get a glimpse of what the archive contains. Several documentations about this archive are previously made, and online a large catalogue is available. (You can find an overview of all important details mentioned in previous publications (see also www.iuoma.org).

Monday, June 30, 2008

Stampsheets on the Internet

Sometimes one finds Stampsheets on blogs that aren't returned to the archive yet. A nice example is at the blog by Roland Halbritter in Geramny (see: http://socks-stockings.blogspot.com/) where I found images of stampsheets he has worked on and has passed on to othet mail-artists. Photo's are by Roland Halbritter.

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Saturday, June 28, 2008

TAM Rubberstamp Archive Address List


1994 version

1995 version

Over the years I have kept a database with all the addresses of mail-artists that contributed to the TAM-Tubberstamp Archive. The list grew over the decades and contains also the historic addresses. I printed the list every month and send old versions into the network. Some versions I kept in the TAM-Archive and above you find three old versions. The 1996-version was 50 pages thick....

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Saturday, June 21, 2008

Roberto Formigoni - Italy

Roberto Formigo from Italy taped two stampsheets together he had received and used the backside as a letter. The frontside side he used for this stampwork / collage and returned it to me.

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Thursday, June 12, 2008

Mail from Jim Leftwich - USA

Two sheets returned today to the Archive. Sent by Jim Leftwich. Contribution from him and Frips and John M. Bennett.

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