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Postal Credit Union

The Postal Credit Union retained Mr. Jensen to design a rebranding of the bank's 1920 Streamline-style building. The building was stylistically weak, and Mr. Jensen turned that around with custom-designed and illustrated water jet-cut metal. These philatelic stamp images were 3.2 cents, 32 cents, and $3.20, all featuring transportation icons from an age where man manually crafted transportation systems from simple materials to an age where exotic materials are crafted by computers. The 32-cent stamp had 860 drops. The shadow cast from the grills adds to the artistic power of this original work.

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