The Art of Travel: Create Your Own Tourism Poster

Anne Ditmeyer, design + communication

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5 Lessons (47m)
    • 1. Getting Ready to Travel

      1:22
    • 2. A Survey of 20th Century Travel Posters

      10:01
    • 3. Inspiration: Global

      10:29
    • 4. Inspiration: NYC

      9:22
    • 5. Considerations for Themes, Taglines, Typography, Style

      15:32
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23 of 25 students recommend this class
Great class loved it. Thanks so much for sharing it. Can't wait to take other class of yours.
Pelagie DeParis

Semper curiosus

As always, Anne's classe was very imaginative and full of tips, resources and inspiration. Thanks!
Faye Brown

Faye Brown Designs

Great course and love the history part
Clear Delivery
Where to start on how awesome this class was?! Anne is an excellent teacher and shared some inspiring posters and information to get me started. After all the tutorials, I couldn't stop thinking about what I wanted to make! She is very interactive, encouraging and you can tell she enjoys teaching design. She also posted some amazing resources that were actually really useful in my overall experience of the class. Highly Recommended!