Field Notes - National Parks Series
SIX 3-PACKS, EIGHTEEN PARKS
Since the early days of Field Notes we have been searching for just the right way create an edition celebrating America’s National Parks. When we saw the work of the artists of The Fifty-Nine Parks Print Series, we knew exactly what to do. We’re proud to present this collaboration and invite you to check out three 3-Packs and 52 million acres of American treasure. We’re donating five percent of retail and wholesale purchases to the National Parks Service, to help preserve and expand on our nation’s best idea.
SERIES A 3-PACK
SERIES B 3-PACK
SERIES C 3-PACK
SERIES D 3-PACK
SERIES E 3-PACK
SERIES F 3-PACK
NAT’L PARKS BOX SET
Can’t decide? Save by getting (or giving) all six 3-Packs, featuring 18 National Parks, plus two Water Transfer Decals in a Custom Box.
A STEP BACKWARDS
The covers are printed on a variety of colored 100-lb. cover stocks from the French Paper Company of Niles, Michigan, using a custom, five-color process that started with under-printing white ink. This allowed us to incorporate the color of the paper into the artwork. The illustrative styles, the printing process, and the copper staples recall the heritage, and archival promotional materials and publications, of the National Park System.
Each book features a brief history of the park on its inside back cover, a spot for the official National Park Passport Stamp on the inside front cover, and 48 pages of Finch Opaque 60#T marked with a 3/16" graph to record your plans, routes, notes, and memories.
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