See America at Centenary College of Louisiana's Meadows Museum

February 24, 2015

We love getting to share the beautiful collection of See America designs with new audiences! "See America: Advertising Our National Treasures through Graphic Design" opens February 21 and will be on display at the Centenary College of Louisiana's Meadows Museum through March 28th. Thanks to the Centenary's Communication-New Media students and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library for making this show happen! Checkout some photos and a list of work shown below.

View the Gallery Online: Historical Posters, Contemporary Posters

  • Montana by Victoria Fernandez
  • Sequoia National Park by Luis Prado
  • Golden Gate National Recreation Area by David Hays
  • Yellowstone National Park by Matt Brass
  • Appalachian National Scenic Trail by Livia Veneziano
  • Statue of Liberty National Monument by David Garcia
  • Joshua Tree National Park by Adam S. Doyle
  • Guadalupe Mountains National Park by Aaron Bates
  • North Carolina by Christopher Williams
  • Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area by Jon Cain
  • Jefferson National Expansion Memorial by Shane Henderson
  • United States Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel by Brixton
  • Isle Royale National Park 2 by Matt Brass
  • California Coastal National Monument by Cabbage Creative
  • Lava Beds National Monument 2 by Spencer Haggard
  • Vermilion Cliffs National Monument by Malisa Souvannarath
  • Natural Bridge State Resort Park by bradley
  • Jackson Square, Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve by Robin Rials Williams
  • Petit Jean State Park by Robin Rials Williams
  • New River Gorge by Shane Henderson
  • Denali National Park and Preserve by Kevin Mcgeen
  • Chicot State Park by Marilyn Wells
  • Atchafalaya National Wildlife Refuge by Jeremy Grassman
  • McNeill Street Pumping Station by Steve Alexander

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