Travel Posters Inspired by Mythical Beasts
The spirit of each country is reflected clearly with the use of neat illustrations local myths and legends.
This series of minimalistic posters by “Fro” are here to tell the story of travel and adventures in a sarcastic and humorous way. The spirit of each country is reflected clearly with the use of neat and cartoonish illustrations of fantastic creatures, local myths and legends.
Retro inspired concepts of classic travel posters reverberates through the fresh look of the artist mixing vintage ideas of travel brochures with a fresh look, and a clear rather graphical line of draw. The Ironical tone of the series is perfectly expressed through the characters of the beasts — friendly and charming.
By all appearances, Nessy – the affectionate manner of Scotts calling their beast is completely justified in case of the catchy illustrations created by the artist all in a form of joke.
The Travel Beast Series are originally inspired by the classic 1950s to 1960 drawings of David Klein for Trans World Airlines (TWA), iconic examples of travel posters. Fro, aka Fernando Reza, works in a genre of minimalistic illustration, often referring to the theme of beasts, thrillers and movies. He has worked with Huffington Post, Men’s Health, Paramount, Disney, 20th Century Fox and others.
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