Denali National Park: Caribou By Andy Gregg, Joel Anderson, 2010
- Denali National Park: Caribou
Denali National Park contains five million acres of wild, nearly untouched land. The park is one of solitude, peacefulness, tranquility. Only one road passes through it, keeping human impact on the park at an absolute minimum. Caribou, like the one pictured here, can often be seen from that road, especially in the summer months. Anderson Design Group has commemorated almighty Denali with it’s own vintage poster of the park, styled after the WPA-commissioned artwork that originated in the early-1900s. Pick up this majestic National Parks poster as a framed print, canvas banner, framed postcard, or metal sign. To learn more about Denali, check out the Alaska Historical Society.