Florida By Andy Gregg, Joel Anderson, 2012
Nearly 76,000 Floridians work in citrus growing, a $9 billion annual industry. Florida oranges and other citrus have been a major factor of Florida’s commerce since the early-1500s when Spanish Conquistadores planted orange trees near St. Augustine. Today, there is nothing that tastes quite like a Florida orange. Anderson Design Group handcrafted our own illustration of the orange tree orchards, styling our illustration after the WPA-commissioned artwork techniques of the early-1900s. Order this vintage travel poster art as a fond reminder of a trip to Florida, or purchase it as a gift for a family member or loved one. To learn more about the famous citrus that calls the Sunshine State home, check out the Visit Florida webpage.