"National parks are the best idea we ever had. Absolutely American, absolutely democratic, they reflect us at our best rather than our worst." — Wallace Stegner
Attaboy Wallace! We couldn’t agree more. And neither could David Rygiol and James Louis Walker, the crack duo of designers behind Type Hike. To celebrate the 2016 centenniary of America's National Parks, they recruited sixty of their favorite artists to make unique prints of our wilderness landmarks. It may be 2017 now, but we're still hyped on our parks — and these prints. From Acadia to Zion, the collection serves up non-stop surprises, with designs and typography that take into account each park’s particular landscape, history, and character. The inspiration for these harkens back to the legendary maps National Parks visitors have collected from their trips for, well, a hundred years. So whether you use these as a way to keep tally of where you’ve been, or as a bucket list to check off as you go, throw ‘em up on your walls, and get inspired by “the best idea” our country’s ever had.