A vintage illustration featuring futuristic, steam punk transportation.
Professionally printed on archival heavy matte paper.
This illustration showcases a hot air balloon (a dirigible) with wings flying over the ocean with ships. A castle is on land and a crowd of people are on the shore by the sea.
Hot air balloons were invented in France in the 1700s. The first experimental flights did not include human passengers. Instead animals, including a sheep, a duck, and a chicken were used.
Level frames are made from Maple or Walnut sourced from FSC-certified, sustainably-harvested American forests. Learn more about our frames here.