Gates of the Arctic National Park By David Anderson, Aaron Johnson, Joel Anderson, 2015
- Gates of the Arctic National Park
Gates of the Arctic National Park has stayed unchanged for thousands of years except for the forces of nature. This National Park comprises more than eight million acres of land, making it the second-largest national park in the country. The vast landscape has no roads or trails and very few marked locations on topographical maps. True explorers venture into this endless wilderness by bush plane to experience lands yet untouched by man. To celebrate that magnificent presence of unspoiled nature, Anderson Design Group hand-illustrated this National Parks poster in the vintage styles of the WPA- commissioned artwork of the early 1900s. This retro art would make a great addition to a room’s decor. It can also be reproduced as notecards or postcards to give as gifts. To learn more about this wilderness of the north, check out the Greatest American Road Trip.