Title: See Ceylon, (Kandy, Temple of the Tooth Relic), Ceylon, 1948. Artist: G.S. Fernando. Winning design (runner up, after Mount Lavinia Beach and Land of Song and Dance) of the Crown-funded island-wide travel poster design contest that took place during the year the British empire granted Ceylon its independence.
Dimensions: 34' x24' / 870 x 609.6 mm (lithograph of mixed media silk screen print with '1' x 1' cm white border). Please note we have intentionally printed our lithograph posters to fit mounted inside standard "Super A1" aka "Architect-Sized" (24" x 36" / 60.0 x 91.4 cm) frames available across Europe, Asia, North America and Australia. This is to help ensure framing your posters is a quick, easy and affordable process. We sourced our original, linen backed vintage poster of See Ceylon from the International Vintage Poster Dealer Association-accredited Josef Lebovic Gallery in Kensington, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 2015. © Stick No Bills™. We are grateful to Asia and Europe's leading Intellectual Property lawyers for enabling us to secure exclusive copyright in perpetuity on the original artwork of this poster. The illustration has helped promote Kandy's Temple of the Tooth Relic into being one of South Asia's most iconic and revered religious sites. From the Stick No Bills™ Vintage Travel Poster series.