Yellowstone National Park got its start in 1872, and has the world's largest collection of geysers, not to mention grizzly bears, wolves, and bison. This print by Robert Decker is based on a photo taken in the Lower Falls, and is designed to look like the Works Progress Administration ads of the 1930s. The vibrant colors are printed on recycled conservation paper using soy-based ink. Decker's even hand-signed and numbered it, so you know it's the real deal.
Illustration by Robert B. Decker
(L)13" x (W)19"
Soy-based ink on 100% recycled conservation paper
Numbered, signed, and dated by artist