A summer adventure awaits you in Greece, with sun-kissed skin, salty hair and ouzo filled nights. Keep a little piece of Greece with you with these perfect posters.
Please note, prints will be delivered within approximately 3 weeks of order being processed.
This design is printed on museum-grade, archival and acid-free paper that is thick, premium and durable. The flat matte paper produces a highly saturated finish that is sure to elevate the colour and style of any interior.
Available in 2 sizes
Small: 12 x 18 inches (30.48 cm x 45.72 cm) $49
Large: 24 x 36 inches (60.96 x 91.44 cm) $79
The land of light, blue skies, bluer seas and one epic history. The food is full of flavour, the land is full of history and the locals are full of crazy.
Endless views out to the caldera hypnotise you as you scramble your way up narrow paths. With sunsets that trigger applause and a romantic vibe you just can't ignore, Santorini is everybody's favourite island.
The island of many personalities. Lose yourself in the busy streets of the Chora, watch the sunset by windmills or party the night away at Paradise Beach...one shot, two shot, opa!
The Ghost of Zorba (Opa!)
The peasant man with a plan, Zorba captured the essence of Greek drama and humour while introducing the world to the legendary Sirtaki dance. Although the tale of this colourful man has long passed, the Ghost of Zorba lives on! Opa!
The eastern most island of the Cyclades and the gateway to the Dodecanese and Asia Minor. This mysterious and spectacular island has sheer cliffs that plunge into the sea, and draw you into the big blue.
Whitewashed walls, vibrant bougainvilleas and winding backstreets leading to bustling plateies, this small and magical island will fill your heart, while you sit with friendly locals and enjoy the tunes of a nearby bouzouki player.
The Island of Knights, home of the Colossus and the jewel of the Dodecanese, Rhodes ain't no wallflower! Enjoy sunsets while drinking local spirits within the walls of the medieval old town.
A land of myth and legend. No warriors were more feared than the soldiers of Sparta, and upon their shields was the symbol Lambda, often the last vision the enemies would see as they met their bloody end.