My latest travel poster is available now, just in time for Washington D.C.'s peak bloom.
A nighttime cruise on the Danube is enchanting. A cruise through the heart of Budapest, with its ethereal architecture reflected in golden tones, is otherworldly. This new travel poster by Matt Hood attempts to capture that magic. The Hungarian Parliament Building dominates the foreground, a riot of yellow, orange and ochre reflections dancing on inky waters. In the composition's middle ground, the Szechenyi Chain Bridge leads the eye across the Danube's gentle tide to Buda Castle ablaze against the darkened background hills.
Museum-quality giclee prints are available in two sizes. Also available framed.
Matt Hood a freelance illustrator and publication designer. His company, Graphics Without Borders, is driven by the idea that exquisite illustration and delightful design have no boundaries. They don't stop at the state line or the date line. Now living near Frankfurt, Germany, Matt was born and raised near Kansas City, Missouri. He left the Midwest after college and has since lived and worked in Washington, D.C.; Moscow, Russia; Paris, France; and now Wiesbaden, Germany. Each new location – and cultural immersion – has informed and influenced Matt's work. His current passion project is the creation of modern versions of early-20th-century railroad posters featuring places where he has lived or traveled. He is also keen to create editorial illustrations for magazines and newspapers.