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PostNL December stamps 2018
December stamps 2018: vintage with a dash of kitsch and glitters. The December stamps of PostNL were designed this year by Sanny van Loon. The illustrator from Amsterdam is known for the cheerful and colorful work that she makes for Flow Magazine. Her illustrations are also popular on Instagram.
Free Riverdale card holder with 2 sheets of December stamps
Each stamp sheet contains 20 December stamps in ten different designs. Sanny's specific style in the 10 illustrations is clearly recognizable with color areas and some line details. In her work so-called half-colors, which she constantly composes herself, play an important role. For the December stamps she combined golden yellow, warm red and Christmas green with ice blue.
PostNL publishes new December stamps every year. This allows consumers and companies to send Christmas and New Year cards to a weight of 50 grams at a cheaper rate. Ideal for the heavier Christmas cards that we see more and more often. The special December rate of € 0.78 per stamp is valid from 5 November 2018 until 4 January 2019.
Symbolism in a modern way
In the design of the December stamps vintage with a dash of kitsch and glitter has been made into a single piece. Sanny: "I love it so much that we still celebrate Christmas in the same way! The decree symbolism of the past also remains current, but often in a modern way. Such a Christmas ball in the shape of a leopard for example. Or those old-fashioned Christmas sweaters that are totally hip again. "
Magic and nostalgia
According to Stephan van den Eijnden, commercial director Mail from PostNL, the theme 'the magic of December' is beautifully expressed on the new December stamps. 'Sanny van Loon shows in her unique style how she mixes magic with nostalgia. How that unique style makes the warmth of December even better reflected. That's why we asked her to design the December stamp this year. "
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