Welcome to Vintage Outside
Pony Pasture, Richmond Virginia
Custom-Designed by Hand
Classic Art Celebrating...
Texas Beach, Richmond Virginia
Community partnership and...
C & O Canal, Washington DC
The spaces locals love.
Rock Creek Park, Washington DC
Made from thicker paper featuring a white border with the print number and artist Chris Camera’s signature,these limited-run art prints are meant for framing. We DO mean limited. Get them while they last
Super-easy to frame, our standard 18″x24″ posters with glossy finish on a thinner, satin paper offer outdoors lovers a high-quality print without the reflective sheen some posters have. Check em out!
So giftable! Our notecard sets include four 4.5- by 5.5-inch note cards (each with its own envelope). These beauties come with a ¼-inch white border, making them frameable in their own right. Pick up a pack today.
These high quality Alternative-brand tees are uber-soft and 100% cotton. What better way to show and feel the love for you favorite natural areas than with these crazy comfortable shirts? See all our shirts!
Perfect for corporate gifting, holiday presents, you name it. We’ll bundle any four pints in a tasteful, box. Mix and match and make your own set of items. We’ll even custom-brand it for you! Let’s get started.
“You know those vintage National Park Service posters, the ones from the 1930s?” I asked a friend with the James River Association here in Richmond. “How cool would it be to make posters like that of iconic James River locations in Richmond?”
My friend loved the idea, and he immediately thought of the perfect artist to turn the idea into reality. “Let’s call Chris Camera,” he said.
Four months later, we released the first four in what is now a growing art series featuring regional natural wonders – the places that outdoor enthusiasts and locals love. We started in our hometown of Richmond, Va. with Belle Isle, Pony Pasture, Pipeline Rapids and the Atlantic Coastline Railway Bridge, and have since released three more art series: Washington, D.C., another one in Richmond, and Austin, Texas (New York City is coming soon).
You can buy the limited edition fine art quality prints signed by the artist, posters (also very frame worthy), pint glasses, note cards or t-shirts. Take a look around, and see which you like best. The coolest part: a hefty portion of the proceeds from every sale goes to support local charities and their work protecting natural resources.
We hope you like what you see!
Created in the mid-1930s in response to the Great Depression, the Works Progress Administration’s Federal Arts Project tasked artists with promoting the landscapes and wildlife of America’s parks. The collection is now housed in the Library of Congress.