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Lastly is the stamp issued for the opening of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in 2014. This Winnipeg based museum was designed by the architect Antoine Predock whose vision was for visitors to arrive at the ground floor symbolising darkness, move through large spaces and gradually reach the light of the Tower of Hope, the large spire on the stamp. The stamp itself was designed by Adrian Shum of Circle Design from photographs taken by Mike Grandmaison who has a rather nice blog post about it here showing the interior and the other uses of his architectural photographs on the Canada Post's FDC and stamp booklet. There are also lots of gorgeous photographs of Canada on his main site.