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Illustration08.10.2012

Astonishing vintage travel posters from the 1920s to 1950s

Astonishing vintage travel posters from the 1920s to 1950s

The design gallery ZEITLOS-BERLIN held an astonishing exhibition of vintage travel posters from October 13th through December 9th. These works created between 1920 and 1950 are a breathtaking travel into the past at a time where tourism just started growing thanks to the apparition of more comfortable, faster and innovative vehicles. The exhibition entitled “Safety, Speed, Comfort. Travel posters 1920-1950” reveals approximately 40 posters from two private collections (Joachim Apitz and Marc Wegner) but also furniture, lamps, and accessories from this period. Below you can find many posters with an undeniable cachet. For all the information, visit the website of ZEITLOS-BERLIN.

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