Mesa Verde National Park: Bird's Eye View By Kenneth Crane, Joel Anderson, 2020
- Mesa Verde National Park: Bird's Eye View
Established in 1906 to preserve and interpret the cultural and archeological heritage of the Ancestral Pueblo people, a visit to Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado is to take a step back in time. While the park preserves 81 square miles of natural lands, the epicenter of the park is without a doubt the archaeological ruins of an ancient village. Visitors to the park come to appreciate and learn the history of a people that lived in this region for over 700 years. Inspired by the ancient cliff dwellers, Anderson Design Group’s artist collaborator Kenneth Crane hand-rendered a vintage poster of the dwellings, a mysterious and compelling design of the village and its surroundings. Available as a poster, print, canvas, banner, notecard, postcard, or metal sign, this artwork would look fantastic on any wall. And to learn more about Mesa Verde National Park, be sure to visit the website for the Mesa Verde Museum Association.