Introducing The 2017 See America Wall Calendar

July 11, 2016

Introducing The 2017 See America Wall Calendar

After an amazing first year with the 2016 See America calendar, we teamed up with Workman Publishing to do another one! The 2017 See America Wall Calendar features a dozen different designs from our See America campaign, and is the perfect way to celebrate the parks all year long! And like our See America products, 1% of the profits support the National Parks Conservation Association.

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Celebrate the nation’s splendor, diversity, and sheer beauty through the artwork of the Creative Action Network’s See America project—a crowdsourced art campaign inspired by the WPA’s posters of the 1930s. A dozen bold, visually stunning designs celebrate parks and landmarks across the country, gorgeously printed in full color. Michigan’s magnificent Sleeping Bear Dunes. Texas’s McDonald Observatory. The soaring redwoods of Muir Woods. And Joshua Tree National Park, its namesake trees silhouetted against an orange and yellow sunset. These are American treasures, iconic and exquisitely rendered.

Artist and Design Credits:

  • January: Great Smoky Mountains by Matt Brass
  • February: Devils Tower National Monument by Blaire Price
  • March: McDonald Observatory, Fort Davis, Texas by Aaron Bates
  • April: Muir Woods National Monument by Shayna Roosevelt
  • May: Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore by Esther Licata
  • June: Yosemite National Park by Naomi Sloman
  • July: Ozark National Scenic Riverways by Luis Prado
  • August: Natural Bridge State Resort Park by Bradley Abner
  • September: San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park by Todd Gilloon
  • October: Joshua Tree National Park by Victor Moreno
  • November: Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail by Michael Czerniawski
  • December: Yellowstone National Park by Chris England

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