62 National Park Emblems By Joel Anderson, 2019
- 62 National Park Emblems
The United States has one of the most well-established National Park systems in the world. These beautiful wonderlands of nature are scattered all across the U.S., with many states having parks of their own (and some states having more than one!) But the thing is, every few years the U.S. adds more parks to the National Parks roster! The most recent additions have been Gateway Arch in Missouri, Indiana Dunes in Indiana, Black Canyon of the Gunnison in Colorado, Congaree in South Carolina, Cuyahoga Valley in Ohio, Great Sand Dunes in Colorado, and Pinnacles National Park in California. Seeking to always keep track of the new additions to the park roster, Anderson Design Group rendered an impressive poster of all 62 National Park emblems. This early-1900s styled print was handcrafted with pencil, stylus, and brush, plus a good deal of imagination and inspiration! A great home decor item and an excellent way to keep track of the parks you’ve been to and those you have yet to see, this poster is available as a print, banner, canvas, metal sign, notecard, or postcard. And to learn more about the parks, be sure to check out the National Park Service.