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These posters for national parks should absolutely terrify you

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Conceptual artist Hannah Rothstein isn’t particularly pessimistic, but when it comes to the future of our planet she’s worried. That’s what prompted her to recreate iconic National Park Service posters as the parks could look in 2050.

“I’m worried about where we might be headed if we don’t take responsiblity for our actions and enact positive change,” she said in a phone call Thursday from Berkeley, California, where she’s based.

Image: RANGER DOUG / RANGERDOUG.COM AND HANNAH ROTHSTEIN / WWW.HROTHSTEIN.COM

Image: RANGER DOUG / RANGERDOUG.COM AND HANNAH ROTHSTEIN / WWW.HROTHSTEIN.COM Read more…

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