See all three National Parks (Zion, Grand Canyon and Bryce Canyon) by Union Pacific Railroad. Bryce Canyon is not a canyon but a collection of giant natural amphitheaters. Bryce is distinctive due to geological structures called hoodoos, formed by frost weathering and stream erosion of the river and lake bed sedimentary rocks.
Krug Champagne is a Champagne house founded by Joseph Krug in 1843. It is based principally in Reims, the main city in France’s Champagne region and is one of the famous Champagne houses that formed part of the Grande Marques. This is a terrific Australian advertisement for the elite brand. Rare.
Published by and for the French Government, this detailed 1956 map carefully covers all four areas of the east part of the country: Alsace, Lorraine, Champagne and the Ile de France.
Louis Roederer is a producer of champagne based in Reims, France. Founded in 1776, it was inherited and renamed by Louis Roederer in 1833. It remains today as one of the only still independent and family-run champagne houses.
“Our crowd of boys was out for a good time…” “She sought Big thrills… and caught Big Trouble!” “One country girl finds the Crimson Road!” “A warning to countless boys and girls who indulge in supposedly innocent fun. You may be caught in the web of Sex Madness!”
Printed for The Great Western Railway (GWR), a British railway company that linked London with The Midlands, the south-west and west of England and most of Wales.
Printed for the LNER*. *The London and North Eastern Railway was the second largest of the “Big Four” railway companies created by the Railways Act 1921 in Britain. It operated from 1 January 1923 until nationalization on 1 January 1948.
The Michelin Man, in his trademark orange boots, is happily puffing on a cigar and dispensing tires (Michelin, of course) to those in need; against a deep blue background, lettering in yellow and red. Left blank when the poster was printed, the text box at the bottom was filled in by different merchants with their… Learn more ›
“The contrast between the reds, ocres and yellows used to depict Beausoleil and the blacks, gray and deep sea blue of the rest of the poster serves to glorify the city” (Azur p. 156-57). This is the most creative typography seen in one of Broders’ posters; an unusually flamboyant style that he never repeats. Broders… Learn more ›
The SNCF (French Rail) chose to loosely coin the phrase, ‘The beautiful country of our life” to encourage travel to the French Riviera. Not much encouragement is needed to follow the sun to this piece of paradise.