***We encourage you to read up about the history of the Ahwahnechee people and the history of Yosemite. (There are two sides to John Muir.)
"Although every area that later became a national park was once utilized or inhabited by American Indians, only Yosemite National Park has ever included a native community within its boundaries. Indeed, Americans are able to cherish their national parks today only because Indians abandoned them involuntarily or were forcibly removed to reservations. Because Indian removal from Yosemite National Park occurred in the first half of this century, and not in the dusty old days of Indian wars and land grabs, the park's early history presents a unique opportunity for examining the basic ideals underpinning American conceptions of wilderness and their close links to ideas about Native Americans." -Mark Spence Dispossessing the Wilderness: Yosemite Indians and the National Park Ideal, 1864-1930
Frames are only available for 18" x 24" prints
Say goodbye to ugly, heavy discount frames
Our frames come with plexiglass, not glass, making them light and safe
The modern profile and light weight make them super easy to hang
Hanging hardware is included but we just use a simple thumbtack or nail
All frames are made in the USA!
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This print was three years in the making from idea to completely finished print. This was an educational idea we wanted to pursue for so long, but could not seem to nail down a design style. Eventually we stuck to something we knew...bold graphics, large chunks of color, fine type and info at the bottom...and voila! Only took three years. We are so excited about how it came out!