Art & Design

Transport Yourself Back Overseas With These Amazing Travel Prints By Local Artists

By Ben Tyers
23rd Jun 2020

A snow topped cabin in New Zealand framed on a wall. Photo is by Jackson Loria.

The travel industry has been hit hard during the coronavirus pandemic, as has the arts industry.

Direct-to-consumer travel brand, July, has teamed up with photographers they have worked with in the past to help support them with their new initiative, 'Travel Editions'.

A framed print by Aleksandar Jason as part of July Travel Editions.

July's founders, Athan Didaskalou and Richard Li, wanted to help the arts industry that has taken a hit in a time where the home renovation market is booming due to the majority of people staying at home.

“We wanted to connect the two; helping the artists we’ve worked with in the past to a new audience looking to upgrade their homes while in isolation.”

“In a moment where the world stopped moving we wanted to find inspiration and bring the outside in." said Didaskalou.

A framed print by Sam Wong as part of July Travel Editions.

Rather than buying mass-produced artwork, the July team want you to support these local artists, and the prints available in Travel Editions start at just $295. That includes framing, and shipping.

The first round of artists to be featuring in Travel Editions include Jackson Loria, Tess Kelly, Sam Wong, Jess Brohier, and Aleksandar Jason.

A framed print by Tess Kelly as part of July Travel Editions.

Check out the full range of prints available at july.com/editions.

If you're keen for some new travel baggage, check out July's latest 'Carry All' range here.

Image credit: supplied

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