Poster Stockholm St | A3 | Label of the Elements
Gustavian blue / Stockholm
The Gustavian style of furniture originated in 1771, when the future king of Sweden, Gustav III, returned home after an extended stay at Versailles.
It is an elegant, pure style with a palette of pale greys and blues.
The Gustavian colour scheme is still much loved in Sweden as well as abroad. It is used in many modern interiors.
In the designs of Label of the Elements
each city is defined by four typifying elements.
Each city has it's own letter code and is surrounded by interesting data, just like the chemical elements in the periodic table. A nice difference is that they have added attractive pictographs and some fun to the numbers.
From the infographic designs you learn about the location of each city (upper right corner), typical food (upper left corner), a famous landmark or monument (lower right corner) and a surprising local fact (lower left corner)
Label of the Elements posters and postcards are printed on premium Biotop paper, which is planet friendly (FSC, TCF) and has a natural off-white look.
A3= 21x 29,7 cm
City posters gift ideas
• The city of birth for a newborn baby
• A sweet goodbye for a friend who is going somewhere else
• A gift for business relations
• A present for a graduate
• For family and friends who live abroad