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July Is Bringing The Sights Of Overseas Travel Into Your Home!

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While it doesn’t look like we’ll be heading overseas in the foreseeable future, Melbourne-based luggage brand July want to whisk you away – without leaving your home.

For their latest offering, Travel Editions, July has teamed up with five Australian photographers to produce a series of stunning, gallery quality photographic prints of faraway places – framed and delivered to your door!

26th June, 2020

Photographic print by Jackson Loria – Iceland 4.

Photography print by Tess Kelly – Kobe 3

Photographic print by Aleksandar Jason – Surf

Photographic prints by Jess Brohier (left) and Tess Kelly (right).

Photographic print by Jackson Loria – Iceland 1.

Photographic print by Jackson Loria – Iceland 2.

Photographic print by Jackson Loria – Iceland 3.

Photography print by Tess Kelly – Hong Kong.

Photographic prints by Aleksandar Jason – (‘Croatia’ – left) and Sam Wong (‘Hong Kong’ – right).

Sally Tabart
Friday 26th June 2020

‘In a moment where the world stopped moving, we wanted to find inspiration and bring the outside in’ – Athan Didaskalou.

This time last year, Melbourne-based start-up July hit the market running, revolutionising the Australian travel industry with their slick range of innovative contemporary luggage and travel accessories. Named after the month that many Australians flee the Southern Hemisphere in search of sunshine and saltwater, its needless to say that July this year is looking a little different. While we won’t be jet setting out of the country anytime soon, July (the brand!) is bringing the sights of overseas travel into your home!

Enter July’s newest offering, Travel Editions. Created out of a desire to offer support to Australian creatives hit hard by COVID-19, July founders Athan Didaskalou and Richard Li are teaming up with a group of incredible Australian photographers to bring high-quality photographic prints of fabulous faraway places into the home. ‘In a moment where the world stopped moving, we wanted to find inspiration and bring the outside in’, explains Athan.

Travel Editions print, frame and deliver their stunning edit of photographic travel prints from all over the world direct to your door, at an accessible price point of $295 for the whole shebang.

The stellar line-up for the first round of Australian photographers includes Sam Wong, Jackson Loria, Jess Brohier, Aleksander Jason and Tess Kelly, transporting us everywhere from Kenya to Kerala, New York to Majorca. These gallery-quality works can be purchased in a crisp Victorian Ash shadow box frame, or unframed, and shipping is free anywhere in Australia!

Check out the full range of July Travel Editions here. 

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