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Neil Stevens is a one-man studio, creative illustrator, image-maker and graphic artist from United Kingdom. He creates beautiful prints, posters, and illustrations across all areas of technology, art, finance, nature, music, sport, and the environment. He recently found an old set of airline baggage tags, which turned into love at first sight.

Back in the 1950s designers focused on easily recognizable three letter abbreviations of the city destinations. They also had no advertising, avoided logos, and were purely focused on the information needed (no clutter, no mess). He decided to use this awesome find as inspiration, which led him to create the beautiful posters you’re about to witness below.

Note: These stunning Flight Tag prints are all printed on high white smooth uncoated paper and can be purchased here:










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