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Paris poster

Paris poster

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Paris poster, vintage style

  • Created by a French designer
  • Highlights Paris architecture 
  • Premium paper 

This Paris poster exposes the Eiffel Tower and 19th century buildings: the best of Paris Belle Epoque architecture! There are many Parisian details in this poster, ingeniously integrated to the drawing. Let’s look at them. 

Can you see the couple on the rooftop? Nice spot for a romantic moment!

The Paris Balloon lifts above the garden André Citroen and offers an original perspective on Paris and its monuments. A great spot for your next visit to Paris!   

The refined details on the buildings are typical from the 19th century architecture: dormer windows, wrought-iron railings, frontage in cut stone, pediments above the windows, retractable shutters.

The Paris poster will be a perfect Paris themed gift for a Francophile or Paris lover… or for you! Include it in your wall gallery in the living room or as a decor in your bedroom.

Product details (size, weight...)


Medium poster: 11.8 x 15.7 inches - 30 x 40 cm.
Large poster: 19.7 x 27.6 inches - 50 x 70 cm.


This vintage Paris poster is made in high quality paper (semi matt, 250g/m²) 100% recycled.


(including packaging)
Medium poster: 0.01 lb - 0.04 kg.
Large poster: 0.5 lb - 0.2 kg.

Care instructions:

Display in a place without direct contact to the sunlight in order to keep the original colors.

Made in

Made in Angers, Western France.

Brand story

This poster was created by Olahoop travel posters. Behind this brand, there is a French duo of globe trotters. They are inspired by the vintage aesthetics from the fifties to the seventies. Their designs embody elegance, minimalism and subtle details.

Each poster showcases a place and its uniqueness. From the very beginning of a drawing, there is a profound understanding of the colors, architecture, history, and way of life. François, the designer, mixes real details of a city with his inspiration and creativity.

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