Olympic National Park
13 ½” X 19” serigraph print--contemporary design. Olympic National Park was created as a forest preserve by Grover Cleveland in 1897. It was a favorite of Teddy Roosevelt (the elk there are named after him) however, it was FDR who created national park status in 1938--the year this poster series were first printed. However Olympic was not among them. This contemporary design tries to capture both the majestic scope of the Hoh Rain Forest and towering Mt. Olympus above.
Please note, for posters, the specified dimensions are the actual image dimensions (the border size varies with each edition.) We recommend waiting until you receive your poster before ordering frames.
|Note Cards||$13.25||Box of 8 Note Cards with envelopes
(All cards are identical)
|Note Cards||$13.25||Box of 8 assorted Note Cards with envelopes
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|Post Cards||$9.95||Set of 16 assorted Post Cards
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|Single Post Card||$1||Custom Single Card Orders|
|Window Stickers||$2||3” Vinyl Sticker suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
|Magnet||$4||Magnets are 2.5" wide by 3.5"
||Temporarily out of stock until mid-September|
|$2||Stickers are 3”wide by 4” wide in vinyl