|2012: Nordic Contemporary Art (Edward Fuglø)|
This is entitled 'Egg Procession for Jan'. Who are the dark hooded figures carrying a bird's egg and torches? Are they warming it to hatch and importantly, what is inside?
One could make an attractive mini collection of all Edward Fuglø's Faroe Island stamps he has created over the last decades
|2000: EXPO 2000 (Marianne Heske)|
Another dark mystery, I thought it was the cosmos but no it is - 'Det stille rom' (the still room) though it can be anything imagination can see. The artist Marianne Heske is fascinated by light and sound contained on video tape. She videos and then freezes selected sequences, photographing them with a film camera then scanning the slides into a computer before transferring them onto other types of material. Something we cannot see becomes visible
|1999: The Ørsted Satellite|
like the magnetic field of the earth which the Ørsted satellite measures as it orbits our planet.
|1998: Definitive - Tourism|
or mountain air and invisible water vapour that will form clouds.
Sunday Stamps theme this week is - Dark (colour of theme) - See It On A Postcard