The Fomento del Turismo de Mallorca, founded in 1905 and probably the world’s longest-established tourist board, has launched a series of early travel posters sourced from its archive material.
Called the Mallorca Vintage® collection, it comprises cartography featured in guidebooks produced from the 1920’s onwards, watercolours of the island’s landmarks painted in the 1930’s, and rare (first edition) posters created in the late 1940’s and 50’s.
The collection has been made possible through a lockdown- born collaboration with leading licensed travel poster art specialists, Stick No Bills®.
The company made Mallorca their global headquarters in 2015, and have now curated, digitised, and remastered these rare artworks for exclusive publication from their European flagship gallery in Palma.
This is located throughout the ground floor of a 1920s town house on Costa d’en Brossa in Palma.