Stamps are an awesome form of art, don’t you think? They’re tiny, they’re meant to be marked on, they get put on envelopes and sent out into a cruel world of rain and wind and automatic sorting machines. Some are placed without a second thought, their only purpose as proof of payment for a service. Others are coveted and used judiciously to reflect something about the sender or something about the recipient. Sometimes both.
Every year for Month of Letters I buy a stock of stamps, and every year I end up with surplus because I don’t want to use up the good ones (like the circular Batman logo ones!) on just any old letter and every trip to a new post office means the chance to grab a design I don’t have yet.
It’s a problem.
I bet more than one of you out there have this problem as well.
Even if you don’t, I know you have a stamp or even several stamps you bought for your own letter sending purposes or received in the mail so far. Snap a picture and share it with us on Twitter and Instagram using the #lettermo hashtag. Later this month I’ll share some of the coolest ones on the blog.
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