America’s national parks are famous for their natural beauty, but not everyone is up to it. In fact, some less âoutdoorâ guys even bothered to leave bad reviews on their experiences. Discovering the sarcastic comments online, designer Amber Share set out to create a series of hilarious travel posters featuring their remarks, titled Lower parks.
With a degree in graphic design and a love for typography, Share makes every poster ironic with colorful, retro-style graphics. The last time we presented her work, the artist had just created a poster for the 61 national parks. Today, she continues to create graphics for other American landmarks, as well as âunderwhelming placesâ around the world. His portfolio includes a poster for Kosciuszko National Park in Australia, which is apparently ânot epicâ. And in another poster for Uluá¹u-Kata Tjuá¹¯a National Park, Share included a review from a disgruntled visitor who claimed it was “unbelievably boring.”
Although Share exhibits 1-star reviews, she hopes her artwork “will give a positive and fun twist to such a negative state of mind.” A lover of nature herself, she uses her art to raise awareness of the beauty of national parks, and she makes regular donations to the National Park Foundation.
When posting her work on Instagram, Share often comically explains why she disagrees with bad reviews. For his Fire Island National Seashore poster – with the text âA Little Disappointmentâ – Share writes: âI really don’t understand how you could be disappointed with a beach where you can sail, swim, fish, hike, camp. , canoe, kayak. Her Lake Mead poster includes the quote âNothing scenic about it.â However, the artist disagrees. On Instagram, she writes: âLake Mead is the largest reservoir. of the United States, formed by the very famous Hoover Dam! If that’s not cool enough, the National Recreation Area actually contains a second lake (Lake Mohave) and covers part of 3 different deserts! Seems like a damn good place to spend a day or two if you ask me.
Discover the shares Lower parks below and follow her on Instagram for even more. If you can’t stop laughing at these posters, you can purchase your own copies through Share’s online store.
Designer Amber Share creates hilarious travel posters for national parks with bad reviews from people.
His series entitled Lower parks, gives “a positive and fun twist to such a negative state of mind.”
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