Interplanetary Tourism Posters by Dean Walton
Sci-fi travel poster seriers from artist Dean Walton promise adventure, danger and intrigue.
Are you stressed out? Exhausted? Do you need an excuse to take some time off? Of course, you could jump in the car for and take a road trip, but why not think bigger? How about Mars? Or to beautiful Solaris? Who knows what you’ll find, maybe even a dead family member!
These sci-fi travel posters are the work of artist Dean Walton. From Pandora to Mars, these posters, with their cool taglines and fictional company logos from films like Total Recall will brighten up your day, and decor. Even though each poster is essentially similar to the rest, they all have their own character.
Let your imagination be your guide and visit planets like Pandora where you may dig up some ultra-rare unobtanium and become a galactic billionaire; or head on over to Vulcan, clearly the logical choice. If you’re feeling really adventurous, take a drop ship to LV-426, but you best remember to pack some sentry guns.
A limited edition series is available as individually signed posters or canvases from £15 to £45 for the whole set here.
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