|Designer:||Carigiet, Alois (1902-1985)|
|Dimensions:||102 x 64 cm | 40.16 x 25.2 inches|
|Condition:||Good | | B|
|Printed by:||Ringier, Zofingen|
This original vintage Swiss travel poster from 1938 promotes Switzerland as an ideal travel destination during spring, summer, and autumn.
The poster features a delightful rendering by Alois Carigiet of a trekking sign that points to these three seasons, implying that the Swiss Alps are perfect for trekking. Carigiet, who was a Swiss graphic designer, painter, and illustrator, is best known for his six children's picture books that are set in the Alps, including "A Bell for Ursli" and its sequels, which were written by Selina Chönz, as well as three that he wrote himself.
Despite repaired paper loss in the upper right corner, this poster is in good condition and has been professionally mounted on linen for preservation purposes, ensuring that it can continue to be appreciated for years to come.