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Muscular details of some of Canada’s most monumental works of Art Deco architecture are being downsized to fit on Canada Post stamps. Released to the public on June 9, the stamps use black and white photography and colourful, rounded fonts to emphasize the strength of Art Deco design that, during the Depression era, transformed water filtration plants and bridges into civic works of art. The domestic stamps, created by Toronto graphic designer Ivan Novotny, feature five structures from across Canada

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