Canada Day 45¢

canada-day-quilt-stamp.jpg© Canada Post Corporation {1996}. Reproduced with Permission

“Just as patchwork quilts are the work of many hands, so too was the design of the Canada Day 1996 commemorative stamp. Celebrated designer Raymond Bellemare began with a computer-generated image of a maple leaf. He passed it on to Claire Brisson, a Montreal artisan. She crafted a full-size quilt to illustrate Canada’s size and diversity. The quilt was then photographed by Yves Binette and, from that photo, the 1996 Canada Day stamp emerged.” – Canada Post Corporation. Canada’s Stamps Details, Vol. 5, No. 3, 1996, p. 25-26.

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