Above is a set of four maximum cards from the People's Republic of China with panda postage stamps that were issued on May 24, 1985. The backs of the postcards have titles in both Chinese and English. I believe that the artist for this series of stamps was Han Meilin.
Another Chinese artist who created panda stamps was Wu Zuoren. From Wikipedia:
1963: Wu Zuoren sets out to change the face of China when presented with the opportunity to design a three postage stamps for the People's Republic of China. Known for his ink paintings of yaks and camels in western China Wu Zuoren's Giant Panda stamps first issued in 1963 establish the Giant Panda as the emblem of the new China. A second series of six Giant Panda stamps by Wu Zouren was issued in 1973, and a more elaborate Giant Panda edition based on his ink paintings produced in 1985.Wu Zuoren's 1985 edition seems to be something in a different style than the drawings on my maximum cards.
1963 Panda Stamps
1973 Panda Stamps
I am participating in Sunday Stamps at Viridian's Postcard Blog