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Clarence Lee

Typographer, Modeler

Banknote Corporation of America , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (336) 375-1134

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Banknote Corporation of America , Inc.

6109 Corporate Park Drive

Browns Summit, North Carolina,27214

United States

Company Description

We pride ourselves on the quality of each document produced, and on the ability to surpass our clients' expectations. We take the time to understand each client's specific requirements, thereby creating a unique and secure document. Accountability in our high ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Designer

Chinese Lunar New Year Collection


Affiliations

Hawai'i Arts Alliance

Honorary Board Member


Education

Pomona College


Yale University's School of Art and Architecture


Yale's School of Art and Architecture


bachelor of fine arts degree

School of Art and Architecture at Yale


Web References(81 Total References)


Year of the Horse (Lunar New Year), U.S. 2002 Stamp Program - The Glassine Surfer, Stamps on the Web,

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To commemorate the Year of the Horse, artist Clarence Lee created an intricate paper-cut design of a horse.The Chinese characters drawn in grass-style calligraphy by Lau Bun translate into English as "Year of the Horse."The greeting "Happy New Year!"is in English.The Year of the Horse stamp and the previous nine Lunar New Year stamps (Rooster, Dog, Boar, Rat, Ox, Tiger, Hare, Dragon and Snake) have all been designed by Lee. He has been commissioned to design the remaining two stamps in this series, including the Year of the Sheep in 2003, and will complete the twelve-stamp series in 2004 with the Year of the Monkey.Designer: Clarence Lee, Honolulu, HIEngraver: N/AArtist: Clarence Lee, Honolulu, HITypographer: Clarence Lee, Honolulu, HIModeler: Banknote Corporation of America, Inc. (BCA)Manufacturing Process:Offset/Microprint "USPS"


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To commemorate the Year of the Ram, artist Clarence Lee created an intricate paper-cut design of a ram.The Chinese characters-drawn in grass-style calligraphy by Lau Bun-translate into English as "Year of the Ram."The greeting "Happy New Year!"is in English. Clarence Lee, an American of Chinese descent, was born in Honolulu, Hawaii.After attending Pomona College in Claremont, Calif., Lee transferred to the School of Art and Architecture at Yale, receiving a bachelor of fine arts degree in 1958.He worked as a designer in New York before returning to Hawaii in 1966 to open his own design firm. Designer: Clarence Lee, Honolulu, HI Engraver: N/A Artist: Clarence Lee, Honolulu, HI Typographer: Clarence Lee, Honolulu, HI Modeler: Banknote Corporation of America, Inc. (BCA) Manufacturing Process: Offset/Microprint "USPS"


USPS - Feb. 11, 2002 - 'Year of the Horse' is Tenth Stamp in Series Commemorating Chinese New Year

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Joining Dyhrkopp were David Solomon, Vice President, New York Metro Area, USPS; artist Clarence Lee, who designed the Lunar New Year series; George Ong, President of the Organization of Chinese Americans and Betty Wu, Commissioner of New York City Department of Employment.To commemorate the Year of the Horse, Lee created an intricate paper-cut design of a horse.The Chinese characters drawn in grass-style calligraphy by Lau Bun translate into English as "Year of the Horse."The greeting "Happy New Year!"is in English.The Year of the Horse stamp and the previous nine Lunar New Year stamps (Rooster, Dog, Boar, Rat, Ox, Tiger, Hare, Dragon and Snake) have all been designed by Lee.He has been commissioned to design the remaining two stamps in this series, including the Year of the Sheep in 2003, and will complete the twelve-stamp series in 2004 with the Year of the Monkey.The Asia Society is America's leading institution dedicated to fostering understanding of Asia and communication between Americans and the peoples of Asia and the Pacific.For more information, contact the Asia Society at http://new.usps.com/cgi-bin/uspsbv/scripts/content.jsp?B=exit&X=www.asiasociety.org.To see a color image of the Lunar New Year stamp, as well as other stamps, visit the Collector's Corner at the Postal Store at www.usps.com.Additionally, current U.S. stamps, as well as a free comprehensive catalog, are available toll free by calling 1 800 STAMP-24. Designer: Clarence Lee, Honolulu, HIEngraver: N/AArtist: Clarence Lee, Honolulu, HITypographer: Clarence Lee, Honolulu, HIModeler: Banknote Corporation of America, Inc. (BCA)Manufacturing Process: Offset/Microprint "USPS"


USPS - Feb. 11, 2002 - 'Year of the Horse' is Tenth Stamp in Series Commemorating Chinese New Year

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Joining Dyhrkopp were David Solomon, Vice President, New York Metro Area, USPS; artist Clarence Lee, who designed the Lunar New Year series; George Ong, President of the Organization of Chinese Americans and Betty Wu, Commissioner of New York City Department of Employment.To commemorate the Year of the Horse, Lee created an intricate paper-cut design of a horse.The Chinese characters drawn in grass-style calligraphy by Lau Bun translate into English as "Year of the Horse."The greeting "Happy New Year!"is in English.The Year of the Horse stamp and the previous nine Lunar New Year stamps (Rooster, Dog, Boar, Rat, Ox, Tiger, Hare, Dragon and Snake) have all been designed by Lee.He has been commissioned to design the remaining two stamps in this series, including the Year of the Sheep in 2003, and will complete the twelve-stamp series in 2004 with the Year of the Monkey.The Asia Society is America's leading institution dedicated to fostering understanding of Asia and communication between Americans and the peoples of Asia and the Pacific.For more information, contact the Asia Society at http://new.usps.com/cgi-bin/uspsbv/scripts/content.jsp?B=exit&X=www.asiasociety.org.To see a color image of the Lunar New Year stamp, as well as other stamps, visit the Collector's Corner at the Postal Store at www.usps.com.Additionally, current U.S. stamps, as well as a free comprehensive catalog, are available toll free by calling 1 800 STAMP-24. Designer: Clarence Lee, Honolulu, HIEngraver: N/AArtist: Clarence Lee, Honolulu, HITypographer: Clarence Lee, Honolulu, HIModeler: Banknote Corporation of America, Inc. (BCA)Manufacturing Process: Offset/Microprint "USPS"


Hawaii Arts Alliance

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