Set of six black and white Irish travel and transport digital print advertisements from the 1960s
This collection of classic Irish transport advertisements evoke the carefree spirit of the 1960s, some with humourous imagery and text. From leprecauns to smart tour buses, this set has it all!
Professionally scanned and retouched. Supplied in a zipped folder containing 300dpi Jpg and PDF formats for digital downloading.
1. Aer Lingus advertisement featuring a leprecaun.
2. Aer Lingus route destination advertisement.
3. CIE ‘Hats’ advertisement.
4. CIE touring coach advertisement.
5. Ryan’s car hire advertisement with Lough Gill location.
6. TWA ‘Welcome to Ireland’ advertisement.
21cm wide x 25cm deep. 300dpi.
Recommended print size
Prints are best reproduced at the supplied size but can be increased with some loss of sharpness, depending on scale. If using a home A4 printer, output at ‘fit to size’ as most printers do not utilise the full page. The files can also be emailed to a local print shop for larger sizes and paper finishes.
As this is a digital downloadable product, we cannot offer refunds once purchased.
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