“20th Century Travel: 100 Years of Globe-Trotting Ads” Book

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Cultural anthropologist Jim Heimann knows a thing or two about the golden age of travel.

The technological advances of the 20th century allowed for great improvements in transport – air, road, even space – and with it the full blossoming of the leisure market. Heimann’s collection of advertisements focusing on the evolution of leisure forms the backbone of 20th Century Travel: 100 Years of Globe-Trotting Ads. In all, 400 are used in the publication, each playing a roll in a chronological survey of travel related graphic design. And, in each the American verve for exploring the globe comes through.

From Taschen.

Get to know a little more about the visual glory of 20th Century Travel after the jump.

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