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Our friends at the National Poster Retrospecticus just kicked off a fun new series called The Fifty-Nine Parks Print Series. They’ve teamed up with over 50 prominent poster artists and Dribbble regulars to make screen printed posters for each of the National Parks.

Organizer JP Boneyard said, “The strength of the series comes from the mix of artists which is as eclectic as the parks themselves. We encourage anyone who’s into posters and/or the parks to keep up with the series via Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. New prints will be coming out each month!”

Check out the beautiful branding by Curtis Jinkins along with some other shots from the project below.

Bonus: Poster fans and Austinites can catch The NPR at Flatstock 53 next week!

  1. Big Bend National Park Poster (Detail) texas poster screen printing brave the woods illustration cowboy national parks big bend national park art direction fifty-nine parks print series
  2. Capitol Reef National Park Poster (Detail)  printmaking screen printing capitol reef national park winter horse claire hummel fifty-nine parks print series illustration art direction
  3. Great Smoky Mountains National Park (Detail) outdoors illustration bears national parks great smoky mountains chris turnham art direction fifty-nine parks print series
  4. Grand Tetons National Park Poster animal wolf plans foliage trees woods forest mountains distress texture poster illustration
  5. Fifty-Nine Parks Print Series identity typography branding illustration
  6. Color! color photoshop drawing biscayne bay illustration national poster retrospecticus 59parks
  7. Olympic National Park Detail (variant) - Fifty-Nine Parks  olympic national park screen print poster fifty-nine parks print series
  8. zion national park  zion danmccarthy
  9. Catlin Sans 59parks fiftynineparks national parks type design typeface

Row 1: JP Boneyard, JP Boneyard, JP Boneyard. Row 2: Eric Nyffeler, Neighborhood Studio, Justin Santora. Row 3: Daniel Danger, Dan McCarthy, Riley Cran.

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