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Around the World – Colourful Modern Vintage Posters Designed by Bo Lundberg


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London 72 Modern Vintage Poster by Bo Lundberg

‘Around the World’ – Colourful Modern Vintage Posters Designed by Bo Lundberg

“Around the world, cities and countries” is the full title for these gloriously colouful modern vintage posters, designed by the talented Swedish illustrator, Bo Lundberg.

These 1960’s Swedish inspired posters make me feel so happy when looking at them, and I was immediately drawn to them when I first spotted them on Bo’s Pinterest board.

I’m also taken back to the gorgeous 1960’s Air Canada poster that I posted a while back, when I see these posters from Bo. That’s a very good thing by the way.

Around the world, cities and countries: Every now and then Bo tries to find time to come up with interpretations of different cities and countries.

He first imagined that he was a designer during the sixties who had been commissioned to design travel posters.

And if I’m not mistaken, that could quite well be Helvetica

Around the World – Colourful Modern Vintage Posters Designed by Bo Lundberg

London 74

Chicago 68

London 68

Stockholm 67

Stockholm 67

San Francisco 72

San Francisco Modern Vintage Poster by Bo Lundberg

Öland 72

Oland 72 Modern Vintage Poster by Bo Lundberg

Madrid 62

Madrid 62 Modern Vintage Poster by Bo Lundberg

60’s inspired posters by Swedish illustrator and graphic designer Bo Lundberg. More here.

Bo Lundberg’s art, very much in this ilk, is no different – a clever interpretation of the glamorous world in which he (or James Bond for that matter) lives. Drawing inspiration from objects he comes across in everyday life, the result is a harmonious testimony to how he has honed his skill without losing sight of his belief that for an image to work, it should reflect something to which the viewer is able to relate.

With a roster of international clients to his name such as Wallpaper magazine, Vogue, Elle, Escada, Coca Cola, MTV, Neiman-Marcus, Rolls-Royce and Scandinavian Airlines, perhaps his own film title sequence should read something like ‘Catch Me if you Can’.”