Photos © Sara Nelson
I found this photo interesting with the juxtaposition of the “welcome” sign and the tourist advertisement. In the back right, there is a sign for handmade items of Wapiti Silver, another tourist ad.
This photograph blends the common tourist with the equally common student. It portrays how a tourist attraction like the Grand Prismatic Spring can also become an outdoor classroom.
This image blends the information of a traffic sign and the corny appeal of tourism. It harnesses the typical “wild west” theme while still informing the pedestrian that the crosswalk is no longer located “here” and is now “down yonder.”
Graffiti is an important part of understanding a cultural landscape. How locals express themselves across town can tell a lot about the type of people who live there. This electrical box features a variety of stickers, as well as two political points of view from both sides of the spectrum.