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Feed Your Mind – A Great British Miscellany, Royal Mail Special Stamps 2009

Award: Graphite Pencil

Graphite Pencil / Writing for Design / Graphic Design / 2010

This is the annual, limited-edition publication containing all of the 2009 Royal Mail special stamps. This book is a showcase for the stamp issues, their technical information and the fascinating stories behind their development. The stamps cover a broad spectrum of subject matter, and each year we need an interesting and informative new approach that encompasses this disparate range of subjects. This edition features a compendium of ‘I never knew that’ moments, stories and glories, movers and shakers, faces and places. Jim Davies has created a fascinating journey through this year’s special stamps programme, drawing the reader into each subject with a cornucopia of facts, figures and anecdotes.

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