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This is 48-year-old Jennifer Baer, a graphic designer and illustrator who works for NASA's Ames Research Center and is based in Palo Alto, California.
Baer told BuzzFeed News she created these coronavirus travel posters because she felt a sense of urgency to contribute and be part of the solution to the coronavirus outbreak.
She said she watched her peers rally for N95 masks and then remembered she had the ability to communicate using humour.
She said: "So I teased out the idea of all the fabulous places I could visit during lockdown. And, of course, added the toilet paper in for cultural perspective."
The posters have gone viral since she tweeted them. Baer said she has been overwhelmed by the response. She said: "J.K. Rowling retweeted the posters this morning. Who am I? Where am I? Is this real life?"
People really loved her posters.
And due to popular demand you can now own your own poster for $11.99.
Ikran Dahir is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.