British Postal Museum and Archive

My visit to this quaint museum and archive gave me a little more insight to the history of postage stamps. To the public, stamps are nothing more than a necessary object needed to deliver messages and information from one place to another, but to graphic designers and artists, it is much more than that.
Each stamp is designed carefully and well thought out. The designer considers the small space it has to work on, the shape and size of the stamp, and the design must be relevant and to date with the current government of the country.



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