Clarks Creek



Clarks Creek is located in Northern Kansas in Geary County, near Junction City and feeds into the much larger Kansas River. The creek is named in honor of members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition who camped near its banks. The creek itself sits about 15 to 20 feet lower than the surrounding land. The calm water and canopy of trees creates a picturesque biome for many species of Kansas wildlife. Each Labor and Memorial Day, my family and I drive up to a farm on the banks of the creek to celebrate by kayaking, camping and grilling.

I created 2 versions of the poster. One with My wife and son depicted in Vintage Travel Poster style and the other without them in it. I usually steer away from people, but I wanted to try something new this time.

The wonderful mix of colors go well with pretty much any room and it looks great hung on the wall and framed. It is guaranteed to be a conversation piece the next time you entertain company.

This vintage travel poster is a digital print that has been created using a combination of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. There are 2 variants and 2 different sizes available. All versions are printed on heavy weight coated matte poster paper. This is to ensure an authentic “vintage” look.

I will print and ship to you after the order is placed. In the actual version, there will be no watermark. Does not include frame.

Additional information

Weight 1.00 kg
Dimensions 24 × 2 × 2 in
Size (Inches)

18×24 print, 8×10 print


With People, Without People


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