Between 1936 and 1943, the Works Progress Administration produced about 2,000 posters to publicize everything from civic events to national parks. They're gorgeous. So gorgeous that graphic designer Steven Thomas used them as inspiration for his latest project: See America.

With 10 vintage-style posters, Thomas tips his hat to a golden age of design as well as some of the most incredible places in the country. From Niagra Falls to the Everglades to Joshua Tree, the posters turn iconic landscapes into awesome wall art. And the best part? They start at just $17 each at Print Collection.

By the way, if you like these posters, you'll love the originals. The Library of Congress maintains the world's biggest collection, and they're all online. [Design Milk]