I didn't plan to feature this stamp when it came out. But I've come to love one particular design element. It's probably not the one you think...
To help teachers and parents through isolation, Punk has combed through the archives and removed the naughty words. Mostly.
A few months back, I caught sight of a post headed 'A slightly different way to keep and display stamps'. You never know what lies ahead with that sort of subject line. Has some idiot just licked a bunch of Inverted Jenny plane stamps onto their cat?
Answers to all the questions you hadn't asked: where has Punk been lately? Why does Portugal's Christmas stamp outshine everyone else's? How did a pair of alpacas wind up in a nativity scene? Read on to find out...
Legends of rock have been featured on plenty of stamps in recent years, but New Zealand has just trolled us all
Some breaking news out of Iceland last week has shocked the placid world of stamp collecting and made this puffin sad.
Colourful, readable and full of surprises, Howard Piltz's latest book about trains on stamps avoids the potential pitfalls you might expect from a book about trains on stamps