Published: My first series of stamps with the USPS!

28 01 2014

Yesterday, after more than a year in the making, my series of USPS-licensed fern photographs were released as 49 cent stamps in large coil format for business use. Special thanks to art director Phil Jordan for being so great to work with on the series! I’ll be back with more details on how we can POSSIBLY get a smaller amount than the issued 3,000 and 10,000 quantity rolls!

Read more about the stamps here:

Order a first-day-of-issue set within 60 days here:

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11 responses

28 01 2014

they are beautiful! I love ferns!

29 01 2014

Thanks, Jennay!

29 01 2014
Nancy Macklin

Beautiful, Cindy! Congratulations!

29 01 2014

Very cool. Congratulations!

29 01 2014

Congratulations Cindy. Well done!

31 01 2014
Mike Powell

Reblogged this on Mike Powell and commented:
What’s the coolest thing that could happen to you as a photographer? All of us would like greater exposure and I was thrilled on Monday when I learned that my dear friend and photography mentor Cindy Dyer had five of her fern photos issued as stamps by the US Postal Service. They are being issued in coils of 3,000 and 10,000 stamps with a total printing of 95 million stamps. Wow! Check out her blog to see some of her amazing photos.

31 01 2014

What an honor–way to go, Cindy! I follow Mike Powell’s blog and had to come over and add my congratulations. -Gary

31 01 2014

How proud she must be

31 01 2014
Lyle Krahn

That must be quite satisfying. Congrats.

1 02 2014
Dan Antion

Those are beautiful!

1 02 2014

Hi Gary! Thanks so much for the comment. Are you a local photographer, too?

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