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Introducing the Kenneth Crane Collection

Introducing the Kenneth Crane Collection

Once in a while, we meet another artist whose work is so inspiring, we just have to figure out a way to collaborate. Enter Kenneth Crane, a Colorado illustrator who seemed like he must have been bred from the same test tube and spliced from the same creative genes as ADG founder Joel Anderson. When the two artists struck up a friendship, the idea for a fresh new National Parks poster series began to evolve. Joel describes Kenneth: "His sense of composition, color and light reminded me of the master illustrators of the early 20th Century. Kenneth is a true artist—sure, he's technically skilled at his craft,...

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The Man Cave Collection – Vintage Poster Art Perfect for Any Man's Clubhouse

The Man Cave Collection – Vintage Poster Art Perfect for Any Man's Clubhouse

"Men are known for their wit, and while our woeful wives may wear weary expressions when we woo them with witty wordings, our wittiness is never truly wasted. Step into the wondrous wonderland of your man cave. Here your willingness to wink, wiggle, and warble in your own wit is always welcome!" That's right; the man cave is any man's secret abode, his castle, his proverbial grownup pillow fort, his temple at which to worship all things manly. It's the place where he can let the caveman out, the last sanctuary where he can shirk the suit and tie of...

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Essential Estonia (by Mike Baker)

Essential Estonia (by Mike Baker)

Estonia was swept into Christian Europe in 1227 when 2,500 of its native pagan inhabitants succumbed to a 20,000-strong army of Teutonic crusaders. It was controlled for 764 years by a succession of Danish, Swedish, German, and Russian rulers until the country permanently secured its independence in 1991 from the Soviet Union, emboldened by the Singing Revolution and the Baltic Chain of the late 1980s. Today, it is noted for the high degree of personal, religious, and press freedom enjoyed by its citizens. Powered by a robust information technology sector that gave birth to Skype and an electronic government that enables online voting over the country’s nearly-nationwide Internet infrastructure—submitting a tax return takes less than five minutes!—Estonia boasted the 2nd highest level of economic freedom in the world in 2017, putting it on track to be one of the EU’s top...

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Remembering the Good Times at the Lake with Vintage Poster Art

Remembering the Good Times at the Lake with Vintage Poster Art

“A lake is the landscape's most beautiful and expressive feature. It is earth's eye; looking into which the beholder measures the depth of his own nature.”-Henry David Thoreau   Henry David Thoreau put it best. There is an untold magic in our inland lakes. These are the objects of inspiration for artists like us. Being that we ourselves are big fans of a trip to the lake, our team at Anderson Design Group was inspired to create the Lake and Lodge Collection, a series of 36 handcrafted illustrations that feature cabins, lake houses, fishing, swimming, camping, boating, some of our nation’s...

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Summer Reading is Totally Lit! (by Mike Baker)

Summer Reading is Totally Lit! (by Mike Baker)

August is a month of eventually's: the evenings eventually become cooler,  the grass eventually becomes wet with the morning dew, football season eventually kicks off, and the summer eventually, though unofficially, ends when students in much of the US start back to school. By this time, most parents and kids have gotten a good start to the school year with the help of a SUMMER READING LIST. Though it varies by state, district, school, and grade, summer reading can keep a student captivated and wanting more once school starts, whether that's adventure on the high seas, science fiction, mystery, the macabre, or the simple fairy tale. And certainly, any of our Literary Classics posters can provide a lure to hook and engage a young mind....

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