8 gorgeous vintage travel posters: Roger Broders

Roger Broders had a pretty good job, one imagines; paid by the Paris Lyon Mediteranée rail company to travel from the glamorous resorts of the French Riviera to the ski resorts of the Alps, painting the landscapes and holiday-goers into vibrant travel posters. The Parisian-born illustrator captured the luxury and excitement of travel as we imagine it between the 1920s and ’30s.

Now some of the most avidly collected of all travel posters, Broders’ designs have the power to make us wish we could not only travel to the places he painted, but to the era.

After the break, 8 of his gorgeous and fashionable travel posters from the 1920s and ’30s.

Roger Broders Vichy poster detail

Roger Broders vintage travel posters

Roger Broders vintage travel posters

Roger Broders vintage travel posters

Roger Broders vintage travel posters

Roger Broders vintage travel posters

Roger Broders vintage travel posters

Roger Broders vintage travel posters

Roger Broders vintage travel posters

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