Vintage: Wooden Artwork
6,00 

The Railway Station

Artist
Unknown
Originally published
1930
Size
10 x 15 cm
Product Code
WO-66

They say that the forest is the green gold of Finland. That’s why we have wooden versions of our postcards. They are, naturally enough, printed in Finland – on Finnish birch plywood.
Best of all: You can use them as ordinary postcards! Thickness: 3 mm.

These are prints that stand the test of time. Every product is unique – it’s printed on real wood! So please note: variations in colour and structure might appear.

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About the artwork

The central railway station is still the heart of Helsinki. It took fifteen years to build and was completed in 1919. The architect is the mighty Eliel Saarinen. It was used in several travel posters and publications mainly during the 1930’s.

The artist for this artwork is unknown. But we continuously seek more information about all posters and images in our product range, so please write us if you think you know something interesting about this image! Write to posters@cometofinland.fi The Poster Hunters say thank you!