During the exhibition at Eastern Michigan University I gave a [workshop called US vs US]. Two groups of students set up a campaign to promote themselve. Both groups were called ‘US’.
Two months before the visit I prepared myself by joining a workshop organised by het Wilde Weten in Rotterdam. It was a workshop stencilling. We used some kind of copier mixed with a silkscreen drum inside. I made a stationery-set for the three companies, governments or leagues. The set was called US vs US.
A postage stamp is evidence of pre-paying a fee for postal services. Usually a small paper rectangle or square that is attached to an envelope, the postage stamp signifies that the person sending the letter or package may have either fully, or perhaps partly, pre-paid for delivery. Postage stamps are the most popular way of paying for retail mail; alternatives include prepaid-postage envelopes and Postage meters.