For Nature Enthusiasts:
Wild and Scenic Rivers – The photos on these stamps can take anyone’s breath away. There will be a dozen different designs featuring photographs that represent the more than 200 rivers within the Wild and Scenic Rivers System.
Frogs – Featuring illustrations by artist Nancy Stahl, these four new stamps in a booklet of 20 will feature the essence of four North American frogs including the Pacific tree frog, Northern leopard frog, American green tree frog, and squirrel tree frog.
Coral Reefs – Each stamp depicts a type of coral, along with associated reef fish, designed by Tyler Lang in a beautifully stylized manner. One will be an Elkhorn coral, shown with two French angelfish; a brain coral, with a spotted moray eel; a staghorn coral, with blue-striped grunts; and a pillar coral, with a coney grouper and neon gobies.
For Music & Entertainment Lovers:
Marvin Gaye – The newest stamp in the music icons series, this stamp honors Marvin Gaye, who is known as one of the most influential music performers of his generation.
Woodstock – This will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the most famous rock festival in history, Woodstock Music and Art Fair. The stamp art was designed by art director Antonio Alcalá and features the image of the dove from artist Arnold Skolnick’s 1969 festival poster.
Gregory Hines – Designed by art director Derry Noyes, this is the 42nd stamp in the Black Heritage series that honors Gregory Hines, a versatile performing artist.
For History Buffs:
USS “Missouri” – The USPS proudly issues this commemorative stamp coinciding with the 75th anniversary of Missouri’s commissioning on June 11, 1944. Missouri earned numerous awards and citations during the ships time of service, which includes World War II, the Korean War, and also Operation Desert Storm.
Walt Whitman – As the 32nd in the Literary Arts series, this stamp honors renowned poet Walt Whitman on the bicentennial of his birth.
Alabama Statehood – This stamp celebrates Alabama becoming the 22nd state in the Union on Dec. 14, 1819. It features a stunning photograph taken by photographer Joe Miller in Cheaha State Park, Pulpit Rock Trail at sunset.
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