Hong Kong Travel Poster Collection 香港旅遊海報

Featuring more than 100 posters printed between the 1930s and 1990s, this collection shows diverse styles in promoting Hong Kong as a tourist destination by the Hong Kong Tourist Association. The posters explore the change of visual identity of Hong Kong from a British colony to a vibrant city known for its unique blend of Oriental and Western cultures, prominent skyline with iconic buildings, unique streetscape with neon signs, bustling street markets and a shopping paradise.

Description of the posters including summary are taken from the 101 Hong Kong Travel Posters from the Collection of Picture This Gallery.

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Work type
International Union of Official Travel Organisations Awards
Ferries (4)
Harbors (47)
Junks (47)
Jade (2)
Lion (1)
Sampons (1)
Sampans (16)
Cooks (1)
Children (12)
Cows (1)
Farms (1)
Beaches (2)
Dragons (8)
Flags (1)
Women (30)
Qipao (10)
Bridges (1)
Temples (4)
Pagodas (7)
Ships (10)
Aircrafts (15)
Trams (2)
Orient (5)
Buses (2)
Taxis (1)
British (2)
Hawkers (3)
Lawyers (1)
Sailors (2)
Workers (1)
Sports (1)
Yachts (1)