Come to Finland - The Hanko Lady Poster
About the artwork
Surely it must have felt like a small, a really small, uphill climb when Finland in the 1930’s tried to depict itself as a sun and beach paradise.
As the tourism propaganda stated in the 1930’s: “The best thing about Finland is the climate.”
To fry yourself on the beach was of course not something given from the start. But when the fashion icon Coco Chanel in 1923 came back from Cannes with a – accidental, it is said – sunburn, it all changed. Soon Hanko (Hangö) caught up with the trend.
Look at the sun loving lady in this Hanko image! The message is clear: Forget about the Riviera, Coco! Come to Hanko instead! Hanko is Finland's most southernmost city where mainlind Finland ends and the Finnish Archipelago begins ...magic!
The artist for this artwork is unknown.
About the product
This is Poster de Luxe! It belongs to the Custom Print series in Finland on high quality FSC certified matte paper. The latest printing technique with its 12-color system guarantee that the luminosity and fullness of the colour scheme are outstanding, and the poster will last for many generations.
The poster is delivered in a durable poster tube.
Originally Published 1930's
Poster Size 50 x 70cm