1920s 'See India: Hyderabad' Travel Poster
In the 1920s, travel posters, made for steamship lines and airlines, became extremely popular. The style changed notably in the 1920s, to focus attention on the product being advertised. The images became simpler, precise, more linear, more dynamic, and were often placed against a single color background. They conveyed a sense of power and safety – basically, what travellers were supposed to feel boarding liners and trains and visiting new destinations.
- 11" x 17" matte paper
- Reprint of the original
- Frame not included
- Frame used in photo: https://amzn.to/3O81zfa