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Neil Stevens Creates Prints Inspired by Luggage Tag Designs

 - Feb 26, 2013
References: crayonfire & theorange.co
Vintage and current luggage tag designs have a graphic quality that looks great and attracts attention. Artist Neil Stevens noticed this simple, yet eye-catching style and was inspired to create his series of minimalist posters based on travel tag designs from around the world.

Paris, London and New York are just some of the cities represented by their own three iconic letters that are easily recognizable to most travelers around the world. The same clean lines and color-blocking techniques used in official baggage tickets are used in this poster series -- even the hole at the top of the ticket is left in.

Neil Stevens uses luggage tag designs that are meant to be easily distinguishable as symbols for world cities.