Are you among those embracing old school letter writing, thank you notes and postcards? While they are being considered the new old personal communication, you can add another level of personalization with the “Pioneers of American Industrial Design” stamps from the United States Postal Service.
The collection, announced earlier this year, have recently been released and celebrates the work of 12 of the nation’s most influential industrial designers. From Eliot Noyes’ “Selectric” typewriter for IBM to Russel Wright’s “Highlight/Pinch” line of flatware, these stamps show iconic, influential design, as well as offer continuing inspiration.
So as you put personal thoughts to paper and send them off, make sure they know your passion for design, as well. With these stamps, they’ll know it as soon as the envelope arrives.