Vintage Travel Posters (Part Two)

I was a bit surprised at how popular my last post of vintage travel posters was, but since I am obviously a huge fan of some of the styles (ergo my entire site redesign), I thought I’d browse around the interwebs and see if I could come up with some more ones that I love.

Mission accomplished.

If you like these posters, you can see my previous set of vintage travel posters here and you, if you’d like, can also follow along my Pinterest board that I have dedicated to the topic.

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  1. Turner - Around the World in 80 Jobs April 1, 2013 at 11:58 pm #

    Man these are cool. Love the San Francisco one and Holland ones. Where are you finding these bad boys?
    Turner – Around the World in 80 Jobs recently posted..The Online Dating Avalanche in Thailand

  2. James Clark April 2, 2013 at 4:33 am #

    If I had a home I’m sure I would have a few vintage travel posters hanging up around the house. No reprints though, they would have to be originals
    James Clark recently posted..Where I’m At: Four months in Ho Chi Minh City

  3. Jeff April 2, 2013 at 7:34 pm #

    I love the Texas poster. These make me nostalgic for something I’ve never known.
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  4. Erica April 9, 2013 at 9:45 am #

    I love this idea! My favorite is the Europe poster by United. Reminds me of the Swedish artist Gunilla Mann’s oil paintings.
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