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BENAH LOVES | Vintage travel posters

The 20s and 30s were the golden age of poster design, a result of the Art Deco movement's preference for elongated typeface, surrealist imagery and hyper-saturated colouring. The Los Angeles Public Library has a great archive of vintage travel posters, from the local (Santa Fe to Seattle) to the far flung, like Japan and Denmark. Discovering these forgotten travel posters is like stepping back in time to a world where travel truly was an adventure, and advertising was an art form.

Vintage Travel Posters | Los Angeles Public Library

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