Cascade Canyon, Grand Teton National Park Luggage Tags by Jonathan Scheele

Design By:
Jonathan Scheele

Jonathan Scheele has been in advertising since 1998, and earned his BFA in Graphic Design at The University of Georgia. He has worked for both small agencies and 10,000 person corporations. His equal (maybe greater) passion is the outdoors. www.openskyideas.com

 

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Design By:
Jonathan Scheele

Jonathan Scheele has been in advertising since 1998, and earned his BFA in Graphic Design at The University of Georgia. He has worked for both small agencies and 10,000 person corporations. His equal (maybe greater) passion is the outdoors. www.openskyideas.com

 

Keeping an eye on your luggage can be a real chore, but we're here to help! Your bags will really stand out with our new See America National Parks high quality luggage tags. We've got ten designs to choose from and they're all encased in durable plastic that offers protection from water and impact damage, plus they include a clear flexible tie strap! They're sold as a set of two identical designs so you can keep your bags cool and coordinated together. Buy a different set for each member of your family or gift them to family and friends, and we guarantee they'll thank you! Each tag has a name and address insert on the back and measures 2.5" high by 3.5" wide. Enjoy!

Proceeds Support:

Proceeds support National Parks Conservation Association, the independent, nonpartisan voice working to strengthen and protect our nation’s natural, historical, and cultural heritage. See America is reviving the legacy of the New Deal arts projects by building a new collection of national park posters celebrating our shared natural landmarks and treasured sites. Explore the full collection here.

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Artist Statement

While working at Yellowstone National Park for the summer, and this was one of our favorite weekend destinations. I also had a near bear encounter there. Cascade Canyon offers a moderate initial hike, and then amazing views from within the Tetons. - Jonathan Scheele