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Iconic Helsinki Poster - National Museum

With its imposing tall tower, the National Museum in Helsinki looks more like a grand church than a museum. 

The building was designed by Finnish architects Herman Gesellius, Armas Lindgrenand and Eliel Saarinen. They won the architectural competition for the project in 1902, with the museum finally opening to the public in 1916.

Helsinki designer Jaakko Vanto pays homage to one of his favourite buildings in his home town with this striking poster that features the tower of this iconic building.

- 50 x 70 cm




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Vanto Works is a Finnish design company based in Helsinki. They are passionate about great ideas, well thought out details, and all of their designs have a fresh visual approach.

Iconic is their very first collection that starts with their love of the three Nordic capitals: Helsinki, Stockholm and Copenhagen. 

The Iconic series of prints are designed for all ages from design conscious parents to lovers of all things Nordic. The posters arrive in a smart tube making them the perfect gift.

Dimensions and details

DesignNational Museum
Dimensions50 x 70 cm
MaterialUncoated art paper - pale blue - grey
DesignerJaakko Vanto
OriginDesigned In Finland | Printed in Estonia
DeliveryRolled ready for framing