I have always adored vintage travel posters. I just can not get enough of them. When I was assigned the task of creating one of my own I was giddy with glee. It was one of my first big projects and my first big foray into Illustrator, so there are things that I think might need updating, mainly my type skills, but I still love it so. I wanted to do something in England right away, Anglophiles can't help themselves. Then I thought it would be fun to do the north of England, mainly, Bronte Country. I came up with a little catch phrase, made a Charlotte Bronte logo and set to work on the rest.
The rest was wide sweeping moors of heather, that, after I did them, just didn't seem enough. So I decided to break up the left of the wide expanse with inset imagery. The first of Anne and Emily Bronte, followed by their home, which is now the Bronte Parsonage Museum. Finally I added a Linnet, because Emily wrote a very famous poem about a Linnet. I added a few little annotations on the bottom and called it a day. I love it when projects just take me over and they're all I want to work on.