Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Dan McCarthy Zion National Park Print Release from Fifty Nine Parks

JP Boneyard started the The National Poster Retrospecticus a couple of years ago, it is a traveling poster show basically. Lots of great work showcasing the top poster artists of today and he travels around the US. He and some friends got the idea to do a completely new themed series of prints. The Fifty-Nine Parks Print Series is a celebration of this countries National Parks. The strength of the series comes from an eclectic mix of artists and the unique beauty of each park. Every screen printed poster is created by a prominent poster designer. Additionally 5% of your poster purchase is donated to The National Park Service!

59 Parks will be releasing open edition 18"x24" prints for every park. Some parks will receive an 18"x24" variant that features a different time of day or another season. Select parks will also feature limited edition 24"x32" posters.

One of the cool things with this series is that you can become an exclusive member of The Fifty-Nine Parks Print Club! 59 Parks offering just 30 memberships for 2016. A $500 membership gets you early access to new releases. It also gets you credits to the shop so you can pick only the prints you love the most! Here's what you get for being a member:

*$550 credit to the shop (that's $50 in free shop credit!)
*One free limited edition poster for joining ($100 value)
*Early access to every future release in 2016 — that means you'll get first dibs on new limited edition prints (large format, 24"x32"!), the open edition 18"x24" prints, and other releases.

The first release was Grand Teton National Park by Eric Nyffeler of Doe Eyed. It's a seven color screen printed poster 18"x24" on 100# Cougar White paper.

Today's release is from Dan McCarthy and it is Zion National Park. You have your choice in the large format limited edition or the opened edition that also has the night variant. All of them are seven color screen printed poster.

So head over to and check it out.

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