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Retro New York Travel Poster
After a recent visit to New York in November 2010 I became inspired to create a travel poster that would summerise our experience and also optimise New York. I opted for an image we had taken of the Statue of Liberty, who along with the Empire State Building and the Roccefeller Center, was one of the main high lights of our trip. I can't wait to go back to New York but in the mean time this poster will serve to remind us of the fantastic time we had there. Available from Redbubble …
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Colette gave me this little (4.25"x5.75") Trans World Airlines guide to New York City several years ago. I think she bought it in an antique store. There aren't many illustrations on the inside. I couldn't find a design credit. The guide was published in 1962, the same year that TWA opened the Eero Saarinen designed Terminal 5.
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The Statue of Liberty is a renowned symbol of America, yet at its introduction it was not well received by the American public. France offered to pay for the sculpture, if the American public would finance its pedestal. France was able to raise 400,000 dollars while American contributions fell short. Here is a picture of Liberty’s torch arm exhibited for the purpose of raising money.