Vintage travel poster with Frankfurt am Main motifs
No Hessian for beginners - the Frankfurt poster and postcard collection from s.wert shows that the Hessian metropolis has much more to offer than banks, heroin and bad guys. The colorful, retro-style posters show the special sides of the city. A visual treat for all Frankfurt fans and insiders.
For example the Frankfurt Bockenheim poster . On it you can see the entrance to the Bockenheimer Warte subway station - a sloping tram car. In the background the buildings of the Goethe University and the Messeturm. Perhaps a depiction of the historic Bockenheimer Warte would have been an obvious choice for the Bockenheim poster. But hey, for self-confessed fans of modernity with a penchant for trendy 80s colors, Peter Pininski's subway car is simply more attractive.
It is not without reason that Frankfurt is called “Mainhatten ”. The street where the urban mix of Manhattan and Main is most noticeable is Neue Mainzer Strasse . The street canyon in Frankfurt's banking district is lined on both sides with high-rise buildings. The Mainhattan poster brings big city atmosphere home. It can be ordered in four different sizes.
There is no insider tip here. The Eiserne Steg - the footbridge that connects the Römerberg with the Sachsenhausen district - is a popular place to attach love locks. We memorialize the beloved bridge with the Frankfurt-Eiserner Steg poster . We also have the Iron Bridge as a postcard . With this in mind - send love greetings from Frankfurt.
In fact, around 20 bridges and footbridges span the Main in the Frankfurt city area. From there you can enjoy the best skyline view of Germany's only high-rise skyline. Our Frankfurt Skyline poster shows the view from the Flößerbrücke.
From there it is not far to the Hafenpark in Frankfurt's Ostend, which was inaugurated in 2015. In the meantime, the leisure area has developed into a hot spot on the banks of the Main. The ECB building can be seen in the background on the Frankfurt Ostend poster . There is also a postcard with the Frankfurt district motif .
There are also things that a woman from Frankfurt misses in Berlin, and Nice is one of them. What is meant is the palm garden on the banks of the Main, which the author Milena Magerl misses with pleasure on the blog . We can console you - the Nice poster conjures up Mediterranean-Frankfurt palm tree flair in every room - even in Berlin.
Conclusion: With the FFM collection, the s.wert design team has once again managed to capture the city's urban lifestyle. Colourful, progressive, traditional and a bit edgy - that's Frankfurt. The great Frankfurt designs are available as posters and postcards.