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Art February, 21 2011

La Belle France’s Megève Poster

La Belle France commissioned The Heads of State for a new poster series celebrating the newsletter’s launch into the online world. For those not familiar, they cover the high end world of French luxury hotels, fine dining, wine and travel. More on rhe poster and Megeve. “Our winter poster features the snow-blanketed town of Megève. We first visited this winter wonderland many years ago and were captivated by it’s charm, style, and skiing. This, the first in a series, is a limited and signed print of just 250. Collect the series for a stunning artistic tribute to France. In the late 18th century, Megeve was a thriving town of 2,400 farmers, herders, and lumberjacks, but the rural status ended in 1916 when the mountain hamlet was “discovered” by Baroness Maurice de Rothschild who decided it would make an excellent French rival for Saint Moritz.”

A macro look at La Belle France’s Megève Poster after the click.

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