Since the early 20th century, Lucien Boucher produced a number of ad pieces for Air France, advertising the global coverage and glamour of air travel. This lithograph poster promotes the routes to South America (to Rio de Janeiro and to Buenos Aires). Lithograph poster printed by Perceval Paris
Sud-Aviation is known to the general public by its Caravelle and Concorde aircraft, its Alouette, Hornet and Puma helicopters. It is also manufacturer of household appliances (washing machine, dishwasher, TV) under the brand names for the general public FRIGEAVIA / TELEAVIA, at the turn of the 1960s.
Plus Ultra (en latín: ‘Más allá’) fue el hidroavión de la Aeronáutica Militar española que realizó por primera vez un vuelo entre España y América, despegando el 22 de enero de 1926 frente a La Rábida en Palos de la Frontera (Huelva) con destino Buenos Aires, adonde llegó el 10 de febrero de ese mismo año.
Between 1955-1965, Klein designed numerous award-winning travel advertisement posters, many of which are now considered emblematic of the 1960s Jet Age (especially the ones for Trans World Airlines).
Lithograph poster promoting an international aviation festival organized by the Aero Club de Barcelona Sabadell in 1960.
EXPOSICION INTERNACIONAL BARCELONA 1929
French graphic artist Bernard Villemot was primarily known for his iconic advertising images for Orangina, Perrier, Bally and Air France. He was renowned for his sharp artistic vision and for his ability to distil an advertising message to a memorable, fresh image with simple, elegant lines and bold colours, so that a slogan was not really necessary.
Lithograph poster from the late 1930's, advertising Air France airlines. The design, masterly synthetic and neat, stresses the internationality of the company (it reads:"Global air network".) Printed by Alépée & Co. Paris,
Travel poster commissioned by Swissair Airlines, showing a plump robin staring back at the spectator from its perch. The bird is a peaceful reminder of all the joys nature can offer in the resort town of Pontresina, located in the St. Mortiz region of the Alps. Lithograph poster,
Otto Nielsen was a Danish painter who worked as an illustrator for books, magazines and posters. Between the late 1940s and the late 1970's he promoted the romance and excitement of faraway lands with his series of posters for Scandinavian Airlines System. Lithograph poster printed by Aller Press Ltd.
Ad poster commissioned by TWA airlines, promoting flights to Los Angeles. Smith depicts the destination by a simple and colourful style, stressing the exoticism and the Hispanic elements of Los Angeles. Lithograph
Lithograph poster commissioned by the Portuguese Tourist Board, promoting Goa to the French market (at the time, Goa was a Portuguese territory).
France used to have a colonial empire, so it had to provide airline service to its colonies. A new type of poster appeared, promoting tourist attractions. The airline drew on mythology and highlighted the clash of cultures: the Africa that Air France flew over was an eternal land of folklore, a picturesque postcard for French tourists. Lithograph poster...
Aer Lingus (/ˌɛər ˈlɪŋɡəs/, an anglicisation of the Irish aerloingeas meaning "air fleet") is the flag carrier airline of Ireland and the second-largest airline in the country. Founded by the Irish government, it was privatised between 2006 and 2015 and it is now a wholly owned subsidiary of International Airlines Group (IAG), the parent company of...