The New York City U.N. office issued two definitive stamps in 2010. Designer Christopher Corr of the United Kingdom pictured people from around the world in animation-like characters. One stamp has eight miniature blocs, each representing an individual from a different culture.
The other stamp also had a multi-cultural theme, but uses the figures to symbolize the New York City skyline. The different individuals are each presented as one of the city’s skyscrapers.