A talented Middle Eastern artist is reminding travellers of Lebanon’s enduring tourism appeal with the launch of her eye-catching ‘Visit Lebanon’ vintage poster collection.

Diala Shuhaiber, who has produced the art works under her framewithaview brand, hopes people will buy a print for themselves or as gifts ahead of the 2020 holiday season, with all profits donated to those impacted by the devastating Beirut explosion in August.

The vintage posters portray scenes from iconic locations including Byblos, Batroun, Beirut, Bsharreh and Baalbek.

“This is a project very dear to my heart, not only because I am in love with every city/village in these photos, but because I designed and created them with two missions in mind: to use profits to help those in need, mainly victims of the explosion and to remind people, especially expats and foreigners, that Lebanon is a glorious place to visit,” said Shuhaiber.

“With these art works I am hoping to help bring back tourism and activity, once everything opens back up of course. Thousands of businesses depend on tourists, especially in the villages, so we need to move now to pave the way for a brighter future.”

Prints are priced from 75 euros, depending on size. For more information or to order a print to support a good cause, visit www.framewithaview.com/vintage-posters and follow @framewithaview on Instagram