Vintage travel posters are among the most iconic visuals of the 20th century. Discover here our selection of posters on the theme of travel, and explore the world and its five continents through our categories.
Visit Paris, its grand boulevards and historical monuments, sail on the Mediterranean Sea from Corsica to the French Riviera, or cross France from the Basque Country to Brittany. From the beaches of Normandy, head for Great Britain and London! More mountain than sea? Between the French Alps, Switzerland or Austria, all the way to winter sports, with the promotional posters of the ski areas and resorts.
After Europe, a lazy stopover in Spain or Italy, a city break in Copenhagen and a greening up in Belgium, in the Ardennes or on the Belgian coast, why not fly to America? From the East Coast to the West Coast, from New York to San Francisco and Los Angeles, Trans World Airlines or Air France will take you across the Atlantic to discover the United States and its skyscrapers or the forests of Canada.
Count also on the original vintage posters to take you to South America, to conquer Brazil or Mexico, by plane or by boat. Posterissim proposes you indeed posters of shipping companies, and thus to embark on a cruise through the Caribbean or the Antilles. Asia and the Orient are also on the itinerary of the world tour of the vintage poster. Lovers of Japanese culture will enjoy a nice selection of posters on Japan.
We finish in beauty with Africa, with for example the superb illustrations of Paul Colin. Witnesses of the colonial past, discover finally the old posters on the Belgian Congo. Through their eras, renowned poster artists such as David Dellepiane, Jacques Nathan, Sandy Hook, Alo, and David Klein have illustrated history on original tourism posters. In addition to shimmering colors and exotic landscapes, they tell the story of countries, airlines and railroads.
The Posterissim website only presents a part of the collection, do not hesitate to write us for any particular request or additional information. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)