Commemorative stamps for the opening of the Winter Olympic Games go on sale today

2022-05-11 0 By

“Commemorative stamps of the Opening ceremony of the 24th Winter Olympic Games” 1 set of 2 stamps with the theme of “Looking Forward together, Lights of Hope”.The full set has a face value of $2.40.A total of 11.5 million sets of stamps will be on sale at all philatelic outlets in the city from today.The stamps feature white and blue to highlight the concept of an ice and snow festival.The stamp images transform the rich and dynamic audio-visual language of the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympic Games into plane language. Through the deconstruction and reorganization of three-dimensional space and time span, the classic elements of the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympic Games are presented in two-dimensional plane, reflecting the design concept that the moment is eternal.The overall picture is simple and delicate, presenting an ethereal, elegant and modern design sense, in line with the opening ceremony of this Winter Olympics concept.The stamps feature the ice and snow elements of the Winter Olympics.In the first picture, “Together for the Future”, holographic cat’s eye and laser relief technology are used to highlight the three-dimensional Winter Olympic Games emblem. In the second picture, “Light of Hope”, holographic cold-ironing technology is combined to highlight the three-dimensional snow platform and dancing flames.Under the irradiation of the light source, the stamp picture is rich and clever, colorful streamer, modern sense, sense of science and technology.It is learned that since 2017, China Post has issued five sets of 18 commemorative stamps, one set of two special stamps for personalized services and three sets of ordinary postage covers.All 89 retail outlets of New Post in Shanghai will be open for business during the Spring Festival. The commemorative stamps and related stamp products will be on sale from now on. People can call the official customer service hotline of China Post at 11185 for consultation.Materials: China Post Group Co., LTD. Shanghai Branch Editor: Wu Weijia