I was honored to contribute a poster to Type Hike's Alphabeast series. To quote their website, Type Hike is a collaborative non-profit design project that celebrates and supports the outdoors through typography. The project began in 2016 with a series of 60 designs celebrating the National Park Service centennial anniversary in August. This series has been exhibited in galleries across the country and added to the permanent collection of the Library of Congress.
All of the designs for the Alphabeast collection are sold as posters and prints to benefit Type Hike's charitable partner for the series, Defenders of Wildlife. I was thrilled to contribute to the project and make a design for the Yellow-Blotched Map Turtle, a species that I've now come to know and love.