You’re a backpacker, globetrotter, and jetsetter extraordinaire—a soul always on the move with an internal compass that points to adventure. Your nomadic existence sees you hitchhike down desert highways, fly across oceans, and cycle through valleys around the globe. Or maybe it just sees you kicking back at the beach bar with a piña colada in a coconut shell. Near, far, wherever you are, travel art helps that holiday spirit go on.
Half the fun of travelling is the excitement in the run-up and the fond memories we’re left with in its wake. We count down the days by reading tips for our dream destination, reminisce by recounting our odysseys stop for stop, night for night. Trace your journey around the globe with travel prints and wonderful world maps that function like postcards—little souvenirs from that stint abroad, that week in paradise you never wanted to end, or that vacation on the horizon.
The golden age of advertising spawned an impressive body of iconic travel posters—minimalist motifs with an elegant aesthetic that awoke a wild wanderlust deep inside of you. Striking typography paired with dreamy illustrations set in muted colours made your mind drift to lands afar. Ready to embark on a vintage voyage with travel art from yesteryear? Fill your interior with a nostalgic sense of exploration.
You’ve got a transatlantic taste that blends styles and trends from metropolises both sides of the pond. Your décor is as unique as New York and as rich as London—classic yellow cabs meet iconic red double-deckers on freeways that merge into motorways. And the Hudson flows into the Thames in an art-filled synergy that represents the best of both concrete jungles. Two hubs of diverse culture and history, these twin towns of the Anglo-speaking world are like an urban yin and yang. Have you crossed them off your bucket list?