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RBG Stamps (2020 edition) by Malia Jensen

$87 from each purchase will go directly to the ACLU and the Southern Poverty Law Center

12 stamps printed on lick-able, gummed paper with perforated pinholes
each stamp: 2 5/8 x 2 5/8"
unframed sheet: 11 h. x 8 1/2 inches
framed: 13 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches
limited edition of 100
signed and numbered by the artist

Please Note: 
This is not actual US postage, but a series of artist-created stamps intended for both adornment and collecting.  White wooden frame has simple metal hanging cleat.

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OBJECT DESCRIPTION

We are pleased to present this special edition of poster stamps by artist Malia Jensen. This new series honors the late Justice Ginsburg’s legacy and supports the critical issues currently facing our democracy. Marking the years of her life, $87 from every purchase will directly fund the work of the ACLU and the Southern Poverty Law Center as they challenge voter suppression and fight for a free and fair election in the most critical presidential contest of our lifetime.

Produced in collaboration with the Portland Stamp Company, this unique series is printed on lick-able, gummed paper and pinhole perforated by hand on vintage perforation machines. They can be used to “change your money” or decorate documents or envelopes and are also available framed. The limited edition of 100 is signed and numbered by the artist.

The stamp series is part of Jensen’s project “Changing Money” in which important and beloved American woman are drawn directly onto individual bills using (fully erasable) colored pencil. This is Jensen's second poster stamp collaboration and follows our sold out release from 2018. 

From the artist:
"This series fits within the tradition of printed provocations; each stamp fits perfectly on existing bills and encourages the idea, if not the action, of "changing money." The series began in 2016 when the US Treasury Dept. considered replacing Alexander Hamilton with a woman, a plan derailed, absurdly, by the popularity of the musical Hamilton. Who better to challenge the power structure exemplified by our paper money than RGB, the founder of the ACLU’s Women’s Rights Project? ”  For more info about the artist visit maliajensenstudio.com

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