Gateway Arch National Park: Soaring Splendor By Kenneth Crane, Joel Anderson, 2020
- Gateway Arch National Park: Soaring Splendor
Without a doubt, there is no National Park quite like Gateway Arch National Park. The park was designated to memorialize St. Louis’s role in the westward expansion of the United States during the 1800s. The park is also a memorial to both Thomas Jefferson and to the famous Dred Scott case, a legal case that took place in the Old Courthouse. Excited by the unique arch (there is truly none other like it in the world), Anderson Design Group’s artist collaborator Kenneth Crane hand-rendered a vintage poster design of the arch, styling the artwork in a nighttime setting with the arch brightened by incandescent lighting. Available as a poster, print, banner, canvas, notecard, postcard, or metal sign, this artwork makes for a great souvenir or take-home gift from a trip to the park. To learn more about Gateway Arch National Park, be sure to visit the website for the National Park Service.