Annie Atkins

Trailblazer Travel Stickers


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All aboard our new collaboration with Annie Atkins, one of cinema’s greatest graphic designers and an artist best recognized for her work on Wes Anderson films. Our founder Sara Banks partnered with Annie to create a set of suitcase stickers that would tell the stories of five trailblazing women adventurers.

Making a gorgeous gift or way to customize your luggage and travel statement, your sticker set comes with five unique works of vintage prop mastery as well as the bold stories behind them. You’ll be inspired by introductions to unsung heroines who paved our way while charming fellow travelers with even more conquests to tell. The single-use stickers are designed to remove easily when desired.


Jeanne Baret (1740-1807), who was the first female to circumnavigate the globe, but in the late 1700s had to do so disguised as a man.

Isabella Bird (1831-1904), a solo woman traveler who rode her horse frontward "like a man" through America, Asia, and the Middle East.

Annie Smith Peck (1850-1935), who scaled peaks all over the world and stuck a “Votes for Women” flag in a summit in Peru.

Bessie Coleman (1892-1926), the first African-American pilot, who opened an aviation school for any race or gender.

Freya Stark (1893-1993), an Anglo-Italian cartographer who mapped the Arabian desert and corrected many inaccurate maps.

The stickers range in size from 2.3in wide to 3.2in wide

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