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Food and Drink Posters: A College Campus Special

Food and Drink Posters: A College Campus Special


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The wonderful world of poster art for the college apartment and dorm

The famous Warhol banana even made an appearance in my college dorm-room. What did you, or do you, have in yours?

The world of art, in college-dorm terms, means the world of posters. From Warhol prints to pictures of your favorite Heisman pose to the many ways you can showcase a can of beer or funny movie, posters take over most college students’ dorm rooms or apartment spaces, filling the walls for those who lack the funds to invest in priceless pieces (or who would rather spend their cash on supplying beer for the next rager) with a little pop of color, style, and in some cases, originality.

Click here for the Food and Drink Posters Slideshow

Not only do poster companies descend on campuses during the first week or two of school, usually parked just outside the bookstore or in some common space where they just cannot be missed, they also continue to flood college students' email in-boxes with offers, specials, and the inevitable buy-one-get-one-free deal. However, despite the deluge of sometimes oppressive, please-stop-emailing-me-and-blocking-my-way-to-class poster hype, we’ve happened upon some paper favorites of our own.

Of course, as they feature all things food and drink (has our mantra sunken in yet??), these posters are some of TDM’s favorite picks for back-to-school, apartment decorating, or just happy and nostalgic riffs on some of the monstrosities we had in our own freshman dorms. Check them out and then let us know what you have in your dorm room (or maybe, what you once had).


Food and Drink

To say that food and drink is at the very heart of Scotland would be an understatement. More than just a night out, Scottish food and drink is the very lifeblood of Scotland's culture and economy.

With our rolling, rural hillsides, clear coastal waters and lush, fertile lands, Scotland produces some of the best, and most sought after, natural produce in the world.

From mouth-watering Aberdeen Angus steaks, to world-renowned seafood such as wild trout, salmon, oysters and langoustines, not to mention our water of life - whisky - the 'Made in Scotland' stamp has become synonymous with taste and quality. Even our cheese gives the French a run for their money!


Food and Drink

To say that food and drink is at the very heart of Scotland would be an understatement. More than just a night out, Scottish food and drink is the very lifeblood of Scotland's culture and economy.

With our rolling, rural hillsides, clear coastal waters and lush, fertile lands, Scotland produces some of the best, and most sought after, natural produce in the world.

From mouth-watering Aberdeen Angus steaks, to world-renowned seafood such as wild trout, salmon, oysters and langoustines, not to mention our water of life - whisky - the 'Made in Scotland' stamp has become synonymous with taste and quality. Even our cheese gives the French a run for their money!


Food and Drink

To say that food and drink is at the very heart of Scotland would be an understatement. More than just a night out, Scottish food and drink is the very lifeblood of Scotland's culture and economy.

With our rolling, rural hillsides, clear coastal waters and lush, fertile lands, Scotland produces some of the best, and most sought after, natural produce in the world.

From mouth-watering Aberdeen Angus steaks, to world-renowned seafood such as wild trout, salmon, oysters and langoustines, not to mention our water of life - whisky - the 'Made in Scotland' stamp has become synonymous with taste and quality. Even our cheese gives the French a run for their money!


Food and Drink

To say that food and drink is at the very heart of Scotland would be an understatement. More than just a night out, Scottish food and drink is the very lifeblood of Scotland's culture and economy.

With our rolling, rural hillsides, clear coastal waters and lush, fertile lands, Scotland produces some of the best, and most sought after, natural produce in the world.

From mouth-watering Aberdeen Angus steaks, to world-renowned seafood such as wild trout, salmon, oysters and langoustines, not to mention our water of life - whisky - the 'Made in Scotland' stamp has become synonymous with taste and quality. Even our cheese gives the French a run for their money!


Food and Drink

To say that food and drink is at the very heart of Scotland would be an understatement. More than just a night out, Scottish food and drink is the very lifeblood of Scotland's culture and economy.

With our rolling, rural hillsides, clear coastal waters and lush, fertile lands, Scotland produces some of the best, and most sought after, natural produce in the world.

From mouth-watering Aberdeen Angus steaks, to world-renowned seafood such as wild trout, salmon, oysters and langoustines, not to mention our water of life - whisky - the 'Made in Scotland' stamp has become synonymous with taste and quality. Even our cheese gives the French a run for their money!


Food and Drink

To say that food and drink is at the very heart of Scotland would be an understatement. More than just a night out, Scottish food and drink is the very lifeblood of Scotland's culture and economy.

With our rolling, rural hillsides, clear coastal waters and lush, fertile lands, Scotland produces some of the best, and most sought after, natural produce in the world.

From mouth-watering Aberdeen Angus steaks, to world-renowned seafood such as wild trout, salmon, oysters and langoustines, not to mention our water of life - whisky - the 'Made in Scotland' stamp has become synonymous with taste and quality. Even our cheese gives the French a run for their money!


Food and Drink

To say that food and drink is at the very heart of Scotland would be an understatement. More than just a night out, Scottish food and drink is the very lifeblood of Scotland's culture and economy.

With our rolling, rural hillsides, clear coastal waters and lush, fertile lands, Scotland produces some of the best, and most sought after, natural produce in the world.

From mouth-watering Aberdeen Angus steaks, to world-renowned seafood such as wild trout, salmon, oysters and langoustines, not to mention our water of life - whisky - the 'Made in Scotland' stamp has become synonymous with taste and quality. Even our cheese gives the French a run for their money!


Food and Drink

To say that food and drink is at the very heart of Scotland would be an understatement. More than just a night out, Scottish food and drink is the very lifeblood of Scotland's culture and economy.

With our rolling, rural hillsides, clear coastal waters and lush, fertile lands, Scotland produces some of the best, and most sought after, natural produce in the world.

From mouth-watering Aberdeen Angus steaks, to world-renowned seafood such as wild trout, salmon, oysters and langoustines, not to mention our water of life - whisky - the 'Made in Scotland' stamp has become synonymous with taste and quality. Even our cheese gives the French a run for their money!


Food and Drink

To say that food and drink is at the very heart of Scotland would be an understatement. More than just a night out, Scottish food and drink is the very lifeblood of Scotland's culture and economy.

With our rolling, rural hillsides, clear coastal waters and lush, fertile lands, Scotland produces some of the best, and most sought after, natural produce in the world.

From mouth-watering Aberdeen Angus steaks, to world-renowned seafood such as wild trout, salmon, oysters and langoustines, not to mention our water of life - whisky - the 'Made in Scotland' stamp has become synonymous with taste and quality. Even our cheese gives the French a run for their money!


Food and Drink

To say that food and drink is at the very heart of Scotland would be an understatement. More than just a night out, Scottish food and drink is the very lifeblood of Scotland's culture and economy.

With our rolling, rural hillsides, clear coastal waters and lush, fertile lands, Scotland produces some of the best, and most sought after, natural produce in the world.

From mouth-watering Aberdeen Angus steaks, to world-renowned seafood such as wild trout, salmon, oysters and langoustines, not to mention our water of life - whisky - the 'Made in Scotland' stamp has become synonymous with taste and quality. Even our cheese gives the French a run for their money!


Watch the video: Essen und trinken (May 2022).