"A STUNNING, CROWDSOURCED REVIVAL OF THE ‘SEE AMERICA’ TOURISM POSTERS"
- Elise Boyd, Lost At E Minor, 7-22-14
"...the results are beautiful illustrations that lie somewhere between retro postcards and landscape art. Good luck looking at them from your cramped desk without getting a serious case of wanderlust."
- Jeffrey Rindskopf, First To Know, 6-16-14
"Do you have an affinity for vintage travel posters, the bold, graphic kind with silhouetted palm trees and snow capped mountains? Do you enjoy national parks and monuments? I know I do."
- Nicole D'Alessandro, EcoWatch, 6-10-14
"Recently, the National Parks Conservation Association launched the “See America” design project in partnership with the Creative Action Network that uses beautiful, crowd-sourced artwork to remind people why our parks are worth visiting at any age."
- Clark Bunting, President and CEO, NPCA, American Adventures Guide, 3-26-14
"With the centennial of the National Park Service approaching in 2016 and looming budget cuts, the See America project elevates the value of our parks and general environment to the national consciousness."
- Rebbecca Greenfield, Fast Company, 1-14-14
"Some of the new artworks look as though they could have been imagined during the original New Deal program, but others...pull from more contemporary visions, deconstructing landscapes and infusing the designs with atypical typography."
- Huffington Post, 1-10-14
"A Group Of Images That Will Make You Want To Walk Away From Them And Toward What They Represent"
- Joseph Lamour, Upworthy, 3-8-14
"I will never tire of great outdoor photography and art, especially when it inspires people to actually get outside."
- Chelsey Lewis, Wisconsin Trails, 3-12-14
"The new works, which range from photos to paintings and graphic designs, echo the original sentiments of the WPA works while channeling the diversity of 21st century art."
- Kyle Roerink, Casper-Star Tribune, 3-16-14
"See America offers a shining display of artistic talent and showcases a diversity of styles unseen in the original artwork."
- Theresa Pierno, COO of the NPCA, Huffington Post, 1-29-14