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MAAN Design Studio's World Cup Stamps Are Based on a Country's Flag

 - Jun 30, 2014
References: maandesign & designtaxi
During the World Cup season, everything from food to clothing starts to get made over to celebrate the games, including these World Cup stamps by MAAN Design Studio. The limited edition stamps are based off of the flags of the 32 countries that are participating in the 2014 Brazil World Cup, although they've been abstracted for a modern and graphic look.

The graphic stamp representing the American flag for example retains the red and white stripes and the blue starry box, but the format has been slightly remixed with angled lines and some variations in pattern, although it is still quite recognizable.

Since the World Cup in Brazil takes place over 64 matches across 12 Brazilian cities, the studio was inspired by the travel that will go on during the event.