29.04.09 by Jeff

Gavin Potenza

Beautiful stamp designs by Gavin Potenza.

stamp design Gavin Potenza graphic

stamp design Gavin Potenza graphic

stamp design Gavin Potenza graphic

stamp design Gavin Potenza graphic

stamp design Gavin Potenza graphic

stamp design Gavin Potenza graphic

stamp design Gavin Potenza graphic

stamp design Gavin Potenza graphic

stamp design Gavin Potenza graphic













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



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  • Very nice designs! Simple and clean.

  • Robert B Cooper

    WOW!!! Now I know why stamp collecting is so cool. Oh wow. Look at the typography and the beautiful designs. I want them.

  • Great color choices along with shape composition.

  • ANDREAS

    completely great

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  • Are these available?

  • Love the dutch ones the best!! there’s my favorite pattern (all over my blog and twitter page)!!
    thanks for these, great post as usual.

    Juliette

  • ahhh this is just what i needed to see right now, hahah thank you!

  • The Canada one is SO CUTE!

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