USPS releases more stamp subjects for 2024

The United States Postal Service (USPS) recently announced four new stamp subjects. This new group, along with the 27 subjects announced in October, make up only a partial list of stamps to be revealed by the USPS this year. As well, all stamp designs are preliminary and subject to change. The additional subjects include:

John Wooden stamp for 2024.

  • Dungeons & Dragons: This stamp release marks the 50th anniversary of a cultural phenomenon described by its publisher as the world’s greatest role-playing game. The pane of 20 stamps features 10 different designs that highlight characters, creatures, and encounters familiar to players of the game.
  • John Wooden (1910-2010): The legendary coach led the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Bruins to a record-setting 10 Division 1 men’s basketball national

    Carnival nights is the subjects of a stamp set for 2024.

    championships. Often considered the greatest coach in the history of American sports, Wooden coached the Bruins to 88 consecutive wins and four perfect (30-0) seasons. The stamp features a portrait of Wooden. In the “UCLA blue” background, a player defends a shot. The numbers on the two players’ jerseys, 4 and 10, evoke the Bruins’ perfect seasons and national championships.

  • Carnival Nights: Ten new stamps, celebrating America’s carnivals and fairs, in a pane of 20 feature photographs that convey the energy and colour of a summer carnival at night.
  • Ansel Adams proposed stamp for 2024.

    Ansel Adams (1902-84): One of the most renowned and influential artists of the 20th century, Adams made thousands of awe-inspiring photographs that create a rich visual portrait of the American landscape. The 16 stamps feature some of Adams’ most famous images in his signature “straight photography” style.

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