Portuguese travel posters by Rui Ricardo - via Creative Roots Blog - Art and design inspiration from around the world. | Check out these awesome Portuguese travel posters by local illustrator Rui Ricardo. His posters are vintage inspired and showcase some of Portugal’s icons, such as the vintage Lisboa tram, the narrow buildings of Porto and the Arco da porta nova in Braga.
Barrel trailer food truck. All other trailers suck compared to this one
The stamps were designed by Portuguese painter Maluda, lithographed by the Mint on enamelled paper sheets and circulated from 19 March 1985 to 31 December 1992.
Crónicas Portuguesas: Maluda e os seus Quiosques de Lisboa em selos
A kiosk at Avenida da Liberdade, this one has the best chocolate cake in the world. If you don’t fancy chocolate, you have other choices like custard tarts, croissants, or even a light meal. But of course, there are also drinks, like caipigelado (caipirinha with ice-cream) or classic caipirinha, a glass of wine, or a beer ("imperial," as we say in Portuguese). There are DJs on Friday and Saturday nights.