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Canyon De Chelly National Monument Poster - Ansel Adams

Canyon De Chelly National Monument Poster - Ansel Adams

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Ansel Easton Adams (February 20, 1902 – April 22, 1984) was one of the leading photographers of his time, and one of the driving forces behind swaying public opinion behind protecting natural lands.  

Canyon de Chelly, located in northeastern Arizona, is a captivating natural wonder known for its towering sandstone cliffs and ancient Native American cliff dwellings. Visitors can experience the rich history and cultural significance of this sacred site through guided tours and scenic overlooks.

One of the fascinating things about these posters is the logo. The two triangles and three dots were an effort to update the image of the national parks, but it wasn't a popular change and the arrowhead returned after only 3 years. 

As this poster hasn’t been in print for over 55 years, we had to go back to the drawing board and recreate them from scratch. We even created several that were not part of the original run using some of Ansel Adam’s public domain photographs of the national parks.

  • 210gsm satin paper
  • Low-glare finish
  • Easy-to-frame sizes
  • Archival Ink
  • All profits donated to national park charities
  • Printed in the USA
  • 24"x 36"
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Noah Wood
Ansel Adams the legend!

Ansel Adams is an icon of the national parks so it is really nice to get a reproduction of the work he did in collaboration with the parks.