According to the Washington Post this afternoon, "the visionary co-founder and CEO of Apple, who died in 2011, will be honored with a stamp in 2015. It's still being designed.
Lisa Rein of the Washington Posted noted in her report, "Who or what image will be featured on stamps is kept top-secret, in part so postal officials can create a buzz when they announce new subjects. But The Washington Post obtained the most recent list of what's planned, in first-class and other denominations, a collaboration between the Postal Service's marketing staff and a committee of prominent Americans appointed by the postmaster general to come up with ideas.
Some are in design right now, while others are awaiting ideas from the Postal Service's art staff. Still on deck 2014 are NBA legend Wilt Chamberlain, slain gay rights activist Harvey Milk, rock singer Janis Joplin and guitarist Jimi Hendrix and a stamp featuring celebrity chefs. Some of the highlights for 2015: Soul singers James Brown, late-night TV host Johnny Carson and a reissue of Elvis Presley."
Stamp concepts are springing to life on Google Images and it's bound to explode over the coming days. If the US Postal Service was looking for "Buzz," as the Washington Post noted, then they definitely chose the right American to honor.