19,00€ – 29,00€
Who Run the World ? Girls! Experience the elegance and strength of the early 20th century female aviator with this beautiful poster by Lotza. The illustration features a daring female aviator sitting aboard her plane, ready to take flight into the unknown. With a vintage style, the poster captures the spirit of early aviation and celebrates the courage of women who broke gender barriers to achieve their dreams of flying.
The story of the first female aviator dates back to 1903, when French pioneer Raymonde de Laroche became the first woman to fly a plane solo. She quickly gained a reputation as a talented pilot and was the first woman to earn a pilot’s license. In 1910, she also became the first woman to fly at altitude, reaching 3000 meters.
Other women who followed in Raymonde de Laroche’s footsteps include American Harriet Quimby, who was the first American woman to obtain a pilot’s license in 1911, and British Amy Johnson, who flew solo across the Atlantic in 1932.
This poster is a tribute to all these incredible women who paved the way for future generations of female aviators. Add this illustration to your collection and be inspired by the spirit of courage and determination it represents. Girl Power!
The illustration is available in 2 poster sizes: 11.8×15.7in and 19.7×27.5in.
Below you will find some settings to see the posters framed.
Each poster is shipped in a cardboard tube, rolled up and protected by bubble wrap.
The frame is not included in the order.
Weight : 736.5in
Mat coated paper
Weight : 652.8in
Mat coated paper
This poster is an original work by Lotza and is printed in Charente, France.
|Dimensions||64 × 6 cm|