The Queen's first-class stamp artist
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Pete Mason uses stamps to create portraits of the Queen

A pop art artist creates portraits of the Queen - using stamps carrying her image.

Pete Mason, a retired teacher from Staffordshire, is The Post Pop Art Man and has used more than one million stamps to create his giant collages.

He's currently working on a collage to mark the Queen and Prince Philip's 70th wedding anniversary in November.

Pete, from Hednesford, near Cannock, is given the stamps by a dealer in Buckinghamshire, who agreed to sponsor him if he produced a portrait of his family.

Video journalist: John Bray