When Is a Dragon a Delightful Design?


Louis Fishauf, Canadian designer and illustrator par excellence, has created two stamps for Canada Post. His original inspiration was this traditional Chinese papercut:

The final stamp looks like this:

A second Year of the Dragon stamp incorporates this painting by Charles Vinh:

Here's the final stamp:

James Tan was responsible for the calligraphy.

To see more of the stamps, including postcards and souvenir sheets, visit www.fishauf.com/dragon2012.

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