Everyone has a museum in their pocket

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Mogens Otto Nielsen asked artists in the mail art network to mail him what they had in their pockets. Around 110 artists responded with all kinds of stuff: pocket fluff, cigarette lighters, various notes, keys, coins, small drawings, photographs, and visual poetry, even a small homemade pocket on a piece of cardboard.

A few pocket objects (check the Pocket Museum catagory to see more):

Salvatore de Rosa Pocket_Object_62

 

Pocket_Object_05Lizzie de Bechi Pocket_Object_52

 

Poul Esting Pocket_Object_55Angela & Henning Mittendorf Pocket_Object_19Arturo Fallilco Pocket_Object_81Leif Eriks sonPocket_Object_99Enzo Rosamilia Pocket_Object_72-001P. Leroy-Cruce Pocket_Object_22-001

 

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