RBG Stamps by Malia Jensen

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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.




Commemorate Ruth Bader Ginsburg with the high honor of giving her a proper place in our cultural history on this iconic medium.  They aren't actual postage, but they function like stamps and you can use them to decorate letters and documents.  Or do what we do, and purchase it with a simple white frame to hang on your wall.  This limited edition series of RBG stamps is produced by The Portland Stamp Company on their vintage machines. 

From the artist:
"These stamps fit within the tradition of printed provocations.
I’ve been working on this Changing Money series using colored pencil to draw important women over the face of Alexander Hamilton on the ten dollar bill for several years. It began when the Treasury Department was talking about replacing him with a woman. Their plan that was derailed, absurdly, by the popularity of the musical Hamilton."