EACH OF THESE LAPEL PINS WAS DESIGNED BY AN ATLANTA ARTIST FOR THIS LIMITED EDITION RUN OF ENAMEL PINS. ONLY 100 OF EACH DESIGN WILL BE PRODUCED. EACH PIN COMES WITH STAMPS OF THE ASSOCIATED ARTIST'S CHOICE. STAMPS WERE PURCHASED FROM WWW.USPS.COM .
THE USPS PROVIDES A CRUCIAL PUBLIC SERVICE. THEY PROCESS & DELIVER OVER 470 MILLION MAIL PIECES EACH DAY & USE ZERO TAX DOLLARS TO DO SO. ELECTIONS HEIGHTEN THE IMPORTANCE OF THE POSTAL SERVICE.
RECENTLY, THE POSTAL SERVICE HAS BEEN THREATENED AND, WITHOUT INTERVENTION, WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PROVIDE SERVICE FOR MUCH LONGER. THE BEST WAY TO SUPPORT THE USPS IS TO BUY STAMPS.
MEET THE ARTISTS
Mónica Alexander is an illustrator based out of Atlanta, GA. Her work is vibrant and graphic. She loves to work with gouache and acrylic inks.
FRKO, AKA Freako Rico, (born Richard Montgomery), is an Atlanta-based illustrator mixes comics and hip-hop to create hysterical, often belligerent art. FRKO has drawn multiple album covers for Action Bronson, including the graphic identity for the album Mr. Wonderful, and the artwork for Gucci Mane’s “All My Children.”
Nick Turbo Benson is an illustrator, painter and designer with a known love for Dinos. He has done artwork for musical acts such as Run The Jewels, Guided by voices and Mastodon while his murals can be spotted in their natural habitat of the Atlantan streets
Charlotte (cha Cha) Hodges is the artist behind Cha Metals and the organizer of the Postal Service Pin Project.