If you thought the solar eclipse was amazing, you ain't seen nothin' yet. Now give me your finger, I have a job for it...
As soon as I caught a chromey whiff of this issue from Australia, I knew I would have to tell you about it. I give you: Street Art.
No f***ing about with this issue. You want gemstones? Fine. Here are some fat f***ing gemstones. Straya! (Also: illicit drug use at stamp shows.)
A year's worth of reviews and bitching in one massive post. Also, a man called Molly
This stamp is such a great example of design serving design. Every time I see it, I gaze in wonder once again at the artistry of the brooch itself, as stunning now as the day it was made.
It's an adorable issue, but if you ate everything on this table, you'd still be hungry, plus your teeth would be ground to bits and you'd be suffering excruciating digestive pain.
Australia's new Bicycles issue is so pretty, it could almost be British, writes Punk, before delivering the most obscure joke on the Internet
Last week I posted a thank you stamp featuring an art by Degas of a ballet dancer. It reminded me of this 1973 Chinese issue that I saw recently in a club book. (That's philatelist talk. Best not to ask.) It depicts a ballet called The White-Haired Girl, one of the Eight Model Plays engineered... Continue Reading →