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||Bringing Hun Lakorn Lek to Life (World Premier First 3D Motion Stamp of Thailand)
Hun Lakorn Lek, a type of traditional Thai puppetry, was developed by Kru Krae Sapthawanich on the model of the Ramayana Thai puppets originated in the court of Krom Phra Ratchawang been transmitted to the present day through the dedicated work of Kru Sakorn Youngkhiewsod, also known as "Joe Louis", and members of his family. The first public performance of Hun Lakorn Lek was given at Joe Louis Theater in 1985. H.R.H. Princess Galayani Vadhana later renamed this theater to the "Nattayasala Hun Lakorn Lek" Theater.
The major driving force behiknd the amazingly life-like performance of Hun Lakorn Lek puppetry is the puppet artists themselves who, through their expert Khon performance skills, bring these puppets to live. Three puppet artists are required to manipulate each ppuppet. To give a faultless performance all there artists must be able to fuse their throughs and mind together and perform as one person.
Quantity of stamps : 600,000 pieces per design
Composition : 4 stamps per sheet
Printing Process: Motion Print Multi-colour
Designer : Mayuree Narknisorn (Thailand Post Company Limited)
Souvenir Sheet Price : 50.00 Baht
Quantity of S/Sheet : 100,000 Sheets
FDC Price : 63.00 Baht
Quantity of FDC : 15,000 covers