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Mammoth Cave National Park: The Light Of Day By Arden von Haeger, Joel Anderson, 2024


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Mammoth Cave has a rich history dating back centuries and an incredible assortment of cave systems, hence the preservation of the cave as a national park. Not only is this Kentucky park beautiful above ground, it is full of stunning surprises underground. It's the longest cave in the world, boasting more than 400 miles of surveyed passages, with more being discovered each year. To represent the park in vintage poster art, Anderson Design Group was proud to collaborate with master pastel artist Arden von Haeger to create this special illustrated poster design. Arden's classic hand-rendered illustration style conveys grandeur, romance, and nuance. His inventive use of color and his unique Art Deco styling deliver a delightful new take on some of America's most iconic destinations. The perfect addition to your home or office decor or an excellent national park gift for the enthusiast in your family, this original national park art will look great as a print, poster, notecard, postcard, metal sign, canvas, or mini canvas. This hand-rendered design is fashioned in the style of vintage poster art and the iconic 20th century travel art that first promoted the national parks. To learn more about the adventures that await in the national parks, check out the information sources available at the National Park Foundation.

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