Foot and mouth painters shared their talent to come out with this year’s traditional special Yuletide stamps released recently by the Philippine Postal Corp.PHLPost announced that the four designs used for this year’s Christmas stamp were done by mouth painters Jovy Sasutona, Bernard Pesigan, and John Roland Feruelo and foot painter Amado Binuag Dulnuan.The four artists are members of the Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (AMFPA).Jose Antonio Jayme was layout artist.Printed on each stamp were the words “Pilipinas” on top and “Pasko” at the bottom. Each stamp would be sold at P10, while a souvenir sheet costs P30. The PHLPost produced 200,000 stamps and 5,000 souvenir sheets.The stamps, printed by Amstar Co., have been sold to the public since Nov. 25. They would be made available to the public until Nov. 24 next year or until supply runs out.
Philippines Released Yuletide Stamps
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