Canadian stamp

Client: Niagara College(school project)  
Project Deliverable:
Illustration, Hand Drawing  
Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop


What i did

In crafting this project, I sought to capture the essence of Saskatchewan’s natural beauty through a unique lens – a concept stamp and day of issue featuring the Lilium philadelphicum, the province’s floral emblem. The meticulous process involved in creating this stamp involved a return to the timeless art form of pointillism.

Each dot placed by hand contributes to the intricate portrayal of the Lilium philadelphicum, celebrating its delicate yet resilient nature. The pointillism technique not only pays homage to traditional artistic methods but also adds a layer of depth and texture to the floral icon, allowing viewers to appreciate the nuanced details of the flower.

Beyond the visual aesthetics, this project aims to encapsulate the rich cultural and natural heritage of Saskatchewan. The Lilium philadelphicum serves as a symbol of the province’s unique identity and connection to the land. Through the medium of a postage stamp, this concept becomes a miniature canvas, inviting viewers to appreciate the intricate beauty of Saskatchewan’s provincial floral emblem.

As the Lilium philadelphicum graces the stamp, it becomes a testament to the symbiotic relationship between art and nature, emphasizing the importance of preserving and celebrating the botanical wonders that define our regional landscapes. This project serves not only as a tribute to Saskatchewan’s floral heritage but also as an artistic exploration, bridging the gap between tradition and innovation in the realm of stamp design.

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