Mexico: Todos Santos By Derek Anderson, Joel Anderson, 2016


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Meaning “All Saints” in English, Todos Santos on the Baja Peninsula was initially a Christian Mission in the 1700s. Today it is a prominent tourism region. Todos Santos is known for its beaches, which are great for shell collecting. The region still has several churches and religious monuments, a hallmark to the area's history and the Catholic Church’s presence there. Seeking to illustrate some of that history in vintage poster art, Anderson Design Group handcrafted a travel poster of one such church, an early- 1900s design that finds its inspiration from the Golden Age of Illustration. This classic artwork is available for purchase as a framed print, canvas banner, framed postcard, notecard, or as a set of postcards. And to learn more about Todos Santos and other points of interest in Mexico, be sure to check out Visit Mexico.

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