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Primer Crucero al Litoral de Mallorca, 1931.

Primer Crucero al Litoral de Mallorca, 1931.

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Primer Crucero al Litoral de Mallorca, 1931.

This seminal sports poster has sailed into our Top 100 since The Archives Design Group first restored, augmented and re-launched it in 2022.

Illustrated by Palma-born draftsman Josep Malbertí Marroig on order of the predecessor to the modern day Real Club Nautico de Palma to promote the first official race around Mallorca´s 555km (344 mile) coastline, the elegant, Art Nouveau-style original letterpress and lithography for the commissioned piece was designed and printed by Imprenta Nueva Balear.

If you are on Mallorca and you order a Stick No Bills® officially licensed limited edition of Primer Crucero al Litoral de Mallorca, 1931 today, your uniquely numbered and embossed Hahnemühle print will be produced by the same family operating the same machines in the same space where the first print run was generated 91 years ago. 

It is this profound sense of genesis - of playing an integral ´upcycling´ role in a unique and multigenerational heritage preservation project - which makes our joint venture with sister and brother Belén and Roberto Aguiló Moro, the 4th generation co-directors of the oldest active Printworks in the Western Mediterranean, so fulfilling.


  • Fine Art Print of the artwork achieved by twelve colour inkjet giclée (spraying) of latest generation pigmented inks
  • Richly textured, museum grade acid and lignin free matt-finish art paper. 100% FSC®-certified as responsibly harvested & biodegradable.
  • Uniquely numbered and embossed with an accompanying Certificate of Authenticity.
  • Protective (1,5-2,5cm.) white margin around the image for easy handling.


Illustrator: Josep Malbertí commissioned by the Real Club Náutico de Palma.

Original letterpress and lithography designed and printed by Imprenta Nueva Balear in 1933.

Remastered art edition produced by The Poster Design Group® (UK) Ltd. on behalf of Imprenta Nueva Balear and Stick No Bills® Poster Art.
First cruise along the coast of Mallorca organised by the Real Club Náutico de Palma.

Exclusively for Stick No Bills-certified distribution with Stick No Bills®, licence courtesy of © Imp. Nueva Balear & The Poster Design Group® (UK) Ltd.

Dimensions & Print Run

  • 11.6 x 16.5 in. / 29.7 x 42 cm. - Print run of 650
  • 20 x 28 in. / 50 x 70 cm. - Print run of 550
  • 24 x 35.8 in. / 61 x 91 cm. - Print run of 450
  • 29.1 x 43.3 in. / 74 x 110 cm. - Print run of 350
  • 31.5 x 47.2 in. / 80 x 120 cm. - Print run of 250

Visit our Size Guide page for further details.

Shipping & Returns

  • Museum Prints ship rolled typically within 7-9 working days.
  • Our Museum Prints are printed on demand, uniquely numbered and embossed and shipped worlwide from our Palma flagship store.
  • Packaging: biodegradable yet highly dent resistant tubes which fit up to 3 posters per tube.
  • Returns: please contact us on delivery if you experience any issue, we'll be happy to help!.

Please refer to our Shipping Policy for full details.

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  • About this Edition

    When you purchase a Stick No Bills Museum Edition you are investing in an embossed museum grade, age-resistant, acid-free fine art print of the artwork. One of a limited print run made under our Creative Director and Master Printers' supervision, each edition is embossed, numbered sequentially in HB pencil and comes with an accompanying certificate of authenticity.

    In the COA we hand-write the title of the artwork, the variant and the unique number of the print and it comes signed and sealed by an authorised Stick No Bills® signatory.

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