Guy Gee is a London based artist working primarily in sculpture, set and interior design.
Having worked on TV advertisements for Coca-Cola, Cadbury's and Marks & Spencer, Gee branched off to start his own studio in 2018.
Surprisingly, Gee has little interest in stamp collecting in the traditional sense but having stumbled across a Japanese stamp from the 1890s an obsession quickly set in.
The "Terence Stamp" project had begun: the reimagining of postage stamps by digital revision and enlargement.
Gee has now worked with the stamps of over 200 nations, islands, states and cities. In 2021 he was approached by Stanley Gibbons, “the home of stamp collecting”, for a collaboration; reproducing the world’s most expensive postage stamp - the One Cent Magenta - which they had recently purchased at Sotheby’s New York for $8.3million.
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