Work created for other peoples' mail-art calls

 Bitch (for Dog exhibit)


Is Mail-Art Dead?
 The Surreal Cafe

 The Amorous World A tribute to Marilyn Dammann Marilyn and I corresponded for 6 or 7 years and she was one of my all-time favorite mail artists. Her work was beautiful and poetic and her deep love for the natural world shone through it. Her art was spiritual and delicate, yet imbued with the powerful forces of nature. And she was always wonderfully appreciative of the work I sent her and took the the time to comment and praise. She will be missed.

Mu For Keith Bates' Mail Art Typeface

Artist Trading Cards















  Here's a review of my 1998 Alchemical Wedding zine from Neo-Barbaric Review. It's a bit over the top, but I still get a kick out of it. The Alchemical Wedding Zine (DavidAronson/ 3330 Dogwood Dr./ Willow Grove, PA 19090 If I just tell you that this is a short book of art and poetry, then some of you might just skip ahead, so I'm going to have to give this the hard sell because owning this is a must if you are at all into blasphemous, unnatural, warped, insane, mutant brain ravings set to paper in a way that keeps me peeking nervously back inside with morbid curiosity, but totally unable to withstand the shock of the whole thing in one sitting. This thing is done very professionally, and I have no doubt that if it wasn't for the underground content it would be in your local bookstores. As is, it is way too extreme for anyone but the most open minded, but I can't stress enough how important it is for you to get a look at it if you think you can handle it. Something other than total gore or overt sex makes every damnable page a glorious wall hanging. Very high on my very exclusive endorsement list.