Illustrated travel numbers by María Hdez

If you’re planning an adventure around the world, you might want to follow these numbers. María Hdez, a Spanish illustrator and graphic designer, has created a series of illustrated numbers, each one of a different travel destination.

This series shows Hdez’ favorite travel destinations which she has already visited, as well as her design skills. This series will inspire your wanderlust and satisfy your craving for good design.

Scroll down for a selection of the numbers and check out María Hdez portfolio here

 

0 – NYC (Statue of liberty), New York
0 – NYC (Statue of liberty), New York

 

1 – La Habana (Morro lighthouse), Cuba
1 – La Habana (Morro lighthouse), Cuba

 

2 – Copenhagen (Little mermaid), Denmark
2 – Copenhagen (Little mermaid), Denmark

 

3-–-Prague-Astronomical-clock-Czech-Republic-696x493
3 – Prague (Astronomical clock), Czech Republic

 

4-–-San-Francisco-Golden-Gate-California-696x493
4 – San Francisco (Golden Gate), California.

 

5-–-Las-Vegas-Elvis-Nevada-696x493
5 – Las Vegas (Elvis), Nevada

 

6-–-Venice-gondolier-Italy-696x493
6 – Venice (gondolier), Italy

 

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Virgin Galactic

To use the words of Buzz Lightyear: “To infinity and beyond!”. Virgin Galactic‘s VSS Enterprise suborbital aircraft has made its first captive carry test flight  in Mojave, California. The flight lasted 2 hours and 54 minutes and reached an altitude of 45,000 feet.

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