Stamps: a Timeless Gizmo

Stamps, we’re all familiar with them.  The necessity needed to send any type of physical mail.  The first stamp was invented May 1, 1840 in Great Britain, and now in 2018 are used Globally to successfully communicate around the world.  Before the internet, and before phones, there were very few ways to be able to communicate with people across cities, states, nations and Countries.  To be able to achieve a universal way of communication there needed to be one crucial component- the stamp.  Here at Artist Circle we come across all types of art, and this project was most certainly one for the books. Artists Circle commissioned this artist for Groom Law Group’s reception area.  The unique use of color and the precision of stamps is eye catching and mind boggling.  Our very own Jack Devine and Olivia Zvara worked on this project and will never forget it.

Upon stumbling up on this artwork by illustrator Diana Sudyka that focuses in on an artist who manipulates the classic stamp look, we couldn’t help but be taken aback. This reminds us of our project and leaves us speechless.  We treasure the use of detail and the modern spin on something that is 178 years old. 

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 The beginning of the Stamp piece used for Groom Law Group’s reception area.

The beginning of the Stamp piece used for Groom Law Group’s reception area.

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 The final mounted and finished at Groom Law Group’s reception area.

The final mounted and finished at Groom Law Group’s reception area.

 Work done by Diana Sudkya 

Work done by Diana Sudkya 

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