You are the ultimate judge of what appears on a postage stamp. What have you created and why?
In 2006 our Experimental Aircraft Association hosted one of eight stops on "The Barnstormer's Tour". Fourteen vintage planes flew the route. All were displayed at each stop with four offering rides.
Members of the Indiana Postal History society assisted with getting a commemorative cancel prepared for both Fort Wayne and Bloomington. Over 1,000 covers were serviced at both cities. I prepared three stamps of similar design: twenty-four cent for the post card rate, thirty-nine cent rate for first class mail, and sixty-three cent rate for the first class two ounce rate. The attached image shows the sixty-three cent as used to mail special event covers and cards actually flown between Fort Wayne and Bloomington on July 17, 2006 bearing these stamps. The plane used actually had flown main for the 1938 National Air Mail Week event in California. It was flown by the son of its original pilot and owner to boot!