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The 'Stampville' Set of Stamps Inspires the Creation of 2D Villages

 - Apr 17, 2017
References: papress & swiss-miss
While there are plenty of architectural playsets that encourage building with physical 3D blocks, this set of stamps inspires one to create in a different way.

'Stampville' is the name of a stamp set that contains 25 rubber stamps and two colored ink pads, which can be used to build an entire village on paper. Rather than featuring pre-made house-shaped stamps, the Stampville set includes a variety of shapes and patterns that can be used to make an infinite number of designs. This low-tech set boasts appeal for both kids and adults who want to test their skills as a planner, designer and architect by creating their own imaginative world.

This new set of stamps sold by the Princeton Architectural Press hails from French-born illustrator Aurelien Debat.