This is a new New Neon Celebrate! Forever® Stamp sheet of 20 (reissue)
Good times call for good wishes, and the U.S. Postal Service® gets in on the act with the Neon Celebrate! stamp, first issued in 2011, and reissued in 2015. Bringing an extra wish for happiness to anyone celebrating a special time, this stamp features a brilliantly colored design crafted out of neon and glass that adds a spark to greeting cards, invitations, and gift-bearing envelopes and packages. Inspired by a visit to the Museum of Neon Art in Los Angeles, art director Phil Jordan began to think about the possibility of using neon to depict a stamp subject. He decided that a Neon Celebrate! stamp, with its imagery of vivid colors, fit the bill. Working with neon artist Michael Fletchner, they developed an exciting and vibrant stamp reminiscent of a fireworks display on a summer evening. Brilliantly colored images of swirls, circles, and dashes in pink, blue, orange, yellow, and green seem to erupt from the ground to illuminate the darkness. Each letter of the word “Celebrate” and the exclamation point that is part of this stamp's official title, are highlighted in bright white light.
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