USPS Unveils Holiday Stamps by William Low

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William Low, Illustration, will be at a ceremony October 6 where the U.S. Postal Service will unveil its Holiday Windows Forever stamps illustrated by Low. The ceremony is part of the American Stamp Dealers Association New York Fall Postage Stamp Show at the Hilton Hotel,1335 Avenue of the Americas, in New York City.

From the USPS press release:

Portraying winter nights, these elegant stamps by William Low showcase ways we observe traditions and spread cheer, letting us delight in the snow when we’re inside while also sharing our warmth and merriment with the outside world. Available in booklets of 20, the stamps feature a candle, a wreath, a star and a lighted tree. The stamps are sure to add a dash of winter bliss to letters and cards during the year’s coldest months.

William Low, painter and illustrator says: “This is my second set of stamp designs for the United States Postal Service and the USPS team and art director Ethel Kessler continue to inspire me with great ideas for beautiful stamps. The winter holidays are my favorite time of year and it’s rewarding to see American stamp collectors and consumers excited about my designs.”

To see Low’s previous designs for the USPS, click here.

For more information, click here.


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