Artists Create Travel Posters Inspired By Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architecture

American architect and designer Frank Lloyd Wright is known as one of the most influential architects of the 20th century. He is credited for designing more than 1,000 buildings and other structures over the course of 70 years, including the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City, New York, and the Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

Now, some of Wright’s most famous creations will take a new life as travel posters as part of a new project by the New York art gallery Spoke Art and The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.

The project, titled Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless, saw dozens of international artists creating pieces inspired by Wright’s work and in the style of 1930s-era Works Progress Administration (WPA) travel posters. Prints of these pieces are now available for purchase while also being part of a traveling exhibition. 

“Appreciating the beauty of the natural world around us, and how we connect with and live within that world, is a gift Wright left us, and we always look forward to celebrating and exploring these ideas,” Ken Harman Hashimoto, Spoke Art owner and curator of the exhibition, said in a statement.

Check out some of the works from Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless project below.