"Yuri's Night is a global celebration of humanity past, present, and future in space. Yuri's Night past, present, and future in space. Yuri's Night parties and events are held around the world in commemoration of Yuri Gargarin becoming the first human to venture into space on Apri 12, 1961, and the inaugural launch of the first Space Shuttle on April 12, 1981." 1 Yuri's Night is celebrated all over the world and throughout the United States. There are usually a variety of space-oriented events including art exhibits celebrating space. This piece was the result of a call for "Mail Art." Mail art isn't necessarily a piece of mail, though it can be an actual postcard, illustrated letter, original painted stamp, or similar item, but could be an object, or anything else accepted for shipment by the postal system and subsequently shared or exhibited.These pieces were shown
in both the NASA Ames and Montreal Yuri's Night exhibits.
All pieces are strictly art and not postage and are signed by the artist. Should you be interested in any of the stamps separately they will be made available upon request. Just contact the artist.
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