Going Postal

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''Going Postal'' is a 36 page, A6 (quarter-size) zine by [[Su Mwamba]], and was first released in September 2010.   
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'''Going Postal''' is a 36 page, A6 (quarter-size) zine by [[Su Mwamba]], and was first released in September 2010.   
The ''Going Postal'' zine functions as a paper gallery showcasing the results of the ''Going Postal'' [[mail art]] project. The project was hosted by TangleCrafts from January to August 2010, during which time participants were asked to submit Artist Trading Cards with their interpretation of three themes: postage, postal or mail art. Mini-zines of the contributions (right) were issued as the project progressed, as documentation for participants.
The ''Going Postal'' zine functions as a paper gallery showcasing the results of the ''Going Postal'' [[mail art]] project. The project was hosted by TangleCrafts from January to August 2010, during which time participants were asked to submit Artist Trading Cards with their interpretation of three themes: postage, postal or mail art. Mini-zines of the contributions (right) were issued as the project progressed, as documentation for participants.

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Going Postal Project mini-zines by Su Mwamba
Going Postal Project mini-zines by Su Mwamba

Going Postal is a 36 page, A6 (quarter-size) zine by Su Mwamba, and was first released in September 2010.

The Going Postal zine functions as a paper gallery showcasing the results of the Going Postal mail art project. The project was hosted by TangleCrafts from January to August 2010, during which time participants were asked to submit Artist Trading Cards with their interpretation of three themes: postage, postal or mail art. Mini-zines of the contributions (right) were issued as the project progressed, as documentation for participants.

Contributors included Penelope Harris, among others.

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