Travel Poster Series by The Heads of State

When the Heads of State guys sent these over, I seriously just replied, “wow”.  These are some of the most irresistible pieces of design I’ve seen in awhile.  They’ve started with eight cities, each print even cooler than the last.  They are all 14″ x 24″ screenprints, have editions of 100, and are $30 each.  Visit the Heads of State Store.

26 Responses to “Travel Poster Series by The Heads of State”

  1. Lovely.

  2. Really nice job guys

  3. No love for San Diego?

  4. Are these signed and numbered?

  5. I LIKE THESE VERY MUCH.

  6. I like these a lot too, yet no Houston? You would think the 3rd biggest city in the us would get some recogniton.

  7. My city is on here! YESSSS!

  8. Really lovely colors

  9. no oswego? wtf.
    :)

  10. @Isaac

    Oswego? You in Illinois?

  11. “First edition of 100.” = they will keep printing these as long as people buy.

    they wouldn’t say “first edition” if they weren’t planning second, third, fourth, etc editions

  12. LOVE these. Can’t wait to see LA and any Hawaiian themed print!! yup

  13. Yes! these are REALLY amazing!!! Sooooooooo good!

  14. at fee

    it’s not like these are going to increase in value.

    what the ef ever if they repirnt.

    boo hoo.

  15. jimbo,

    that’s fine, then don’t put an edition on them…. if you are going to advertise it’s an edition of 100 then keep it at 100, don’t keep printing them because there’s high demand.

  16. I think they are being pretty clear that if they have to, they’ll reprint them. If you’re buying travel posters as investments, you should probably start buying stocks instead.

  17. Statue of Liberty isn’t really New York…. fail.

  18. Actually, the statue itself is in fact in New York…

    “Liberty Island is located completely within the boundaries of Jersey City, New Jersey, but its built portions and docks fall under the jurisdiction of the City of New York, of which they wholly are part. The historical developments which led to this construction created the rare situation of exclave of one state, New York, being situated in another, New Jersey.” – Wikipedia, Liberty Island

    Win?

  19. Thanks for the post and feedback. We’ve had a really overwhelming response.

    For folks asking for San Diego, Houston etc, we’re planning to follow these first 8 with 4 more in the near future though no promises to the fine residents of Oswego.

  20. These are awesome, but NYC is disappointingly lacking. I think it deserves a do over.

  21. looking forward to an LA one. also Houston is not the 3rd biggest city, at least not in population. it goes NY, LA, Chicago, then Houston.

  22. @Matthew , Oswego New York. Upstate Arts Represent, lol.

    And to The Heads of State, I assure you good sir, while these fine cities have interesting tourist “attractions”, we have a sweet old lighthouse, amazing sunsets, and a huge f’ing power plant.

    If thats not something one would love and cherish, I need to stop doing art.

    :)

  23. boring & cheeeeeesy

  24. Detroit next. The Spirit of Detroit statue would look great.

  25. I want to see OSWEGO NY on this. I am baffled that it is not being considered. What an injustice.

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