As tools, maps are strictly pragmatic, meant to familiarize us with terra incognita. As artifacts, they help us understand the history of a place. But as art, they highlight the beauty of our surroundings—as shown by these posters highlighting the wild splendor of U.S. National Parks.
Muir Way, founded by an outdoorsman and named after Sierra Club founder John Muir, offers National Park maps in a multitude of different color schemes to fit your decor. Twenty maps are available thus far, in poster and canvas sizes.