Sergio Baradat Commemorate UN Stamp

On October 13th 2011, The United Nations will unveil a series of postage stamps commemorating The International Year of Forests, created by Sergio Baradat. “I loved working on this project and am thrilled with the final product.”, says Baradat.



Save the date and join Sergio for the First Day Of Issue ceremony on the October 13th. Detailed information will be available as the date approaches.  The United Nations Magazine, pictured below, explores the iconography of each image.


See more of Sergio’s work here.

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1 Response to Sergio Baradat Commemorate UN Stamp

  1. Carol Schultheiss in Cavallini says:

    Stunning!
    A real treat to see.

    Like

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