Surround yourself with unique prints that inspire.
• Two sizes: 8"x10", 18"x24"
• Museum-quality, acid-free matte paper
• Alder, semi-hardwood black frame
• 0.75” thick shatter-resistant protection
• Frames have 1" border making final diameter 2" larger
• Hanging hardware included
• Hand-printed and framed in the United States
Celebrating 100 years, the National Park Service still inspires Americans with their preservation of natural, cultural and historic sites. Reviving the spirit of the New Deal's See America poster campaign—these reinterpreted prints take a modern spin on a few iconic National Parks.
Redwood National Park was one of the later parks to be created in 1968. It protects some of the last remaining coastal redwood (Sequoia) old-growth forests, which are the tallest and one of the widest tree species in the world.
Illustrated by PrairieMod co-founder, Eric O'Malley.
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