Celebrating Yellowstone’s 150th Anniversary
Join us in honoring this Yellowstone National Park milestone
For more than 11,000 years, people have been living, hunting and traveling through Yellowstone. Established 150 years ago in 1872, Yellowstone is a place of rich history and natural wonder that must be protected and celebrated.
Yellowstone with an Idaho Flair
Two talented Idaho artists, Julia Green and Walter Gerald, bring their vision of Yellowstone to life through inspiration from the Lower Falls, the largest waterfall in Yellowstone, and Old Faithful.
Julia is a whimsical illustrator from Nampa, Idaho. Her work is heavily inspired by the cartoons she consumed as a ’90s kid and the illustration styles from the 1950s and 1960s. Her art is a mix of sensitivity, humor and a ton of imagination.
Walter is a multidisciplinary designer and artist based in the mountains of southern Idaho. His work is inspired and informed by the mythology and history of the American West. When not immersed in the next great visual storytelling adventure, he enjoys cycling, drinking wine on patios and working on bettering our world through volunteering with social justice organizations.
Discover Yellowstone Artwork
See Their Artwork in Your Home
Get a free poster when you visit a participating Idaho Visitor Center, while supplies last.
Visit Yellowstone from Idaho
Wheels on the Ground
Taking the scenic route? Idaho’s eastern and southeast regions serve as the best ways to drive to Yellowstone National Park. Idaho Falls, Pocatello, Island Park and Driggs/Victor make great base camps with proximity to the park and local activities. Head north along U.S. 15 and U.S. 20, and enter via the West Entrance.
Are You Prepared for Your Trip?
Whether you’re exploring Yellowstone or the great state of Idaho, remember to be prepared and know your limits. Give wildlife space, stay on the path, pack out all your trash, drown out all campfires and only take pictures.