Fashion changes with every generation and with new artists and aesthetics doesn't. So I'll stick with aesthetics if the two are in conflict. When you have just one print, I believe things go wrong, every artwork is a window to something else.
Stamps can mean a lot of different things to a lot of different people.
The devil is in printmaking.
Tiny artworks belong to art at large. Life is short, every artwork is singular. Fairies, the inner life of printmaking. We can call off the exorcist to rid you of all the evil then. Critics don’t get paid. Builders do.
Venice night life. You can't have your zinc plate etched and eat it, this is a mistake worse than foxes guarding chicken coops.
"Small art" is an artwork piece small enough to be slipped in snail mail. It’s really ineffable in some ways.
Far from taking a duplicative approach to the printing process, stamps embrace its potential for multiplicity and variation, which they use as a channel to compose original images. Unbound media forms such as ex-libris and small prints, giving visitors things that they value.