Devils Tower, Wyoming By Steven Garcia, Joel Anderson, 2017
- Devils Tower, Wyoming
Towering 1,267 feet above the plains of northeastern Wyoming is Devils Tower National Monument. This monolithic rock formation was featured in Steven Spielberg’s 1977 film, “Close Encounters of a Third Kind.” The butte is also sacred to several Native American tribes, and the huge structure was the first U.S. National Monument ever designated! Rock climbers and nature enthusiasts alike stop to enjoy the butte, taking pictures, having picnics nearby, or even attempting to climb to the top. To celebrate Devils Tower, Anderson Design Group crafted vintage travel poster art of the rock, creating a powerful image of the butte and a pair of bison grazing in the prairie below. Available as an art print, canvas banner, metal sign, or framed postcard, this retro artwork would look great on any wall. To learn more about the butte, check out the National Parks Service.