USPS continues homage to Chinese Zodiac with Dragon Stamp

The United States Postal Service will commemorate the Lunar New Year with a dragon stamp in homage to the Chinese Zodiac for this year.

Artist Camille Chew created the design by first cutting and folding a paper dragon mask and then digitally rendering the mask. Chew has designed the USPS stamp for the holiday since 2020, for the year of the rat, and will continue to do so every year through 2031. This year of the dragon begins on Feb. 10 and ends on Jan. 28 of next year.

“For more than three decades, the Postal Service has issued stamps highlighting the Lunar New Year and this subject has been some of the most successful stamp releases in the long history of the Postal Service,” USPS vice president of retail of the WESTPAC Area said Eduardo H. Ruiz,
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