Kenneth Crane is a true artist and a brilliant visual story teller. By using a dry-brush digital sketching technique, Kenneth creates beautifully emotive illustrations in a loose, chalky, hand-rendered style. Anderson Design Group founder Joel Anderson discovered Kenneth's artwork and the two hiking and nature enthusiasts quickly became friends and collaborators. The resulting National Parks series features all 63 Parks, plus other travel-related images in Kenneth's signature style. And as a Colorado native, Kenneth's excursions into the surrounding scenic parks continue to fuel his imagination for art and his love for the American landscape. Joel describes his good buddy's work: "Kenneth Crane is a humble genius. His eye for color and composition rival the skill of the masters of the 20th Century. That's because Kenneth sees the world as an artist and a photographer, paying attention to the way sunlight kisses rocks, trees, water, and wildlife. His mastery of the color palette, and his skill at drawing just enough detail to convey meaning, yet leaving out everything that is unnecessary—his subtlety, sensitivity, and skill—all come together in each of his wonderful creations singing praise to the Almighty with every stroke."