Many years ago my brother-in-law and I bought a mystery shoe box at a stamp auction. It was salted with some nice things, so worth the (small) price. Mostly it was filled with a large quantity of common used stamps from around the world. I've been thinking about them as collage material and have used five examples of one stamp in this drawing. It is a 1950 stamp of Mexico in the value of 20 centavos and pictures the Puebla cathedral. If you're into stamps, its Scott catalog number is 860. I used one copy intact but the other four are cut in various shapes. Remember to click on the image for a larger view.