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Art & Design Study Collection, James Smith Pierce Collection
UND Art Collections Repository
Wooster Enterprises was established in SoHo in 1979 by two multimedia artists, Jaime Davidovich and Judith Henry. This enterprise was an artist led and generated entrepreneurship combination of retail and Fluxian design. Assistance was also given from the Fluxus Movement founder, George Maciunas as well as followers of the movement Yoko Ono, Geoffrey Hendericks, and Robert Watts. This stationary company combined business with radical and clever artwork consisting of photographic postcards of belly buttons, pre-crumpled paper, oddly titled stationary and so on.
Black and white photograph of a belly button with small mole above and to the right.
UND Art Collections own 1 copy of this postcard.
Text in upper left hand corner of postcard:
Text in center bottom of postcard:
WOOSTER ENTERPRISES 152 WOOSTER N.Y. 10012
A vertical line is located in the middle of the postcard.