Issue 22nd January 2018
Since his stamp debut in 1992, Miki Jacobsen has brought unique art to the public domain. We now complete his attractive sports series with three stamps that each present a view of the special Dene Games or Inuit Games, which are very popular here in the Arctic region. These offset-printed stamps will be issued as full sheets and a souvenir sheet.
Once again, Buuti Pedersen is the lady artist who has created our two EUROPA stamps. Bridges are 2018’s common PostEurop theme and we have bridges in Greenland too. POST Greenland’s EUROPA stamps will be issued as full sheets and mini sheets printed on gummed paper, and also in a self-adhesive booklet.
Gukki Nuka is a creative artist who is now making his stamp debut with two stamps in the ‘Environment in Greenland’ series. He was born in 1965, grew up in Uummannaq and lives in Copenhagen. Gukki Nuka’s art is a clear and very carefully designed meeting of Greenlandic and Danish culture, executed according to the Scandinavian design tradition. The two stamps will be offset printed on self-adhesive paper and will be issued as full sheets.
Last year we began our ‘abandoned stations’ series, which focuses on the stories, told today, by the facilities found at Greenland’s deserted stations. Painter Sissi Møller has created the year’s two stamps in this series. These offset-printed stamps will be issued as full sheets.
Subscribe to our newsletter and stay updated on the latest news, issues of new stamps and our products, as well as various competitions.