I Am Packed – Air New Zealand photographs travelers’ belongings, unpacked. The style of the photographs, as well as the concept, is strikingly similar to The Burning House, which captures what people would take with them if their house was on fire.
The brilliant Lisa Congdon introduces a new project titled My Nordic Adventure, in which she’ll be illustrating visual mementos from her recent trip to Iceland, Sweden, Denmark, and Finland. Pictured here, Nordic doors.
How long it would take you to travel across the U.S. in the 1800s and early 1900s – a striking visualization of the explosive growth of travel and technology.
Between the Raindrops – a dreamy, dramatic timelapse of the Irish countryside by photographer Peter Cox.
Shutter Island – beautiful split-screen short film by Swiss creative duo Iwan Bigler & Raphael Nussbaum, a.k.a. Team Nine.
Gorgeous vintage posters from the golden age of travel, 1910-1959.
So you know, how to pack a suit for traveling.
(via The Economist)