Britain's The Mail On Sunday highlights Barefoot and Stick No Bills® as 'excellent shops' of Galle Fort
"THE word ‘Paradise’ is bandied around endlessly by travellers: it’s used to describe every stretch of whitesand beach or rainforest they see. But while modern tourists might write ‘#paradise’ alongside each snap they post on Instagram, there’s a genuine case for Sri Lanka’s identification as Paradise on Earth, thanks to a series of literary references. In his 1891 book Palms And Pearls: Or Scenes In Ceylon, Alan Walters highlights a 14th Century Icelandic work which names Paradise as an island off India ‘studded with flowers’, which he believes to be Ceylon, renamed Sri Lanka in 1972. The Hereford Mappa Mundi,...
Architectural Digest highlights Stick No Bills® posters in June 2016 article on interior design in Sri Lanka
Stick No Bills® has made it into the Architectural Digest, "The International Design Authority". This coverage is hugely appreciated by the Stick No Bills® Poster Gallery team, especially as we are now also targeting the European design market with our posters.