UPDATE: NASA-JPL passed along a more complete set of new posters, including Europa, Titan, Venus, and Jupiter. The three below were designed by Invisible Creatures, while Jupiter was and the other eight were made in house. You can check them out .
NASA previously made some gorgeous tourism posters for Kepler exoplanets (and SpaceX made a few for Mars) that made us want to leave Earth. With the newest line, the decision is sealed: it's time to get ourselves to Enceladus. Or maybe the four giant planets in the outer solar system.
The posters are modelled after vintage travel posters from the 1940s and 1950s, including some by Charlie Harper (who drew more birds than planets.) The prints can be , the design shop that teamed with NASA-JPL for the project.
It's a smart few choices. Enceladus may be the first place we find life beyond Earth, as all signs seem to point to a warm, salty ocean. While the Voyager missions did a "grand tour" of the outer solar system, only Voyager 2 visited Uranus and Neptune, and we haven't been back since. And Mars is just over the horizon with a fleet of robot missions leading to a possible human landing.