Kentucky State Parks Foundation Cumberland Falls
13″ x 19″ 100# Uncoated Text. 4 Color Process Printing by Castle Printing. Designed by Harold Apples, @haroldapples
Harold Apples is an Art Director for Lonely Planet, the largest guidebook publisher in the world, as well as a part-time illustrator and designer. Hailing from Louisville Kentucky, and studying art and design at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, he got his start in design and illustration while touring with various bands in the early 2000’s. Apart from his day job he runs natdrygoods.com, an online retail site dedicated to pairing designers and craftsman for unique products.
Cumberland Falls State Resort Park is located in the Daniel Boone National Forest. Known as the "Niagara of the South," the waterfall forms a 125-foot-wide curtain that plunges 7 stories into a boulder-strewn gorge. The mist of the falls creates the magic of the moonbow, only visible on a clear night during a full moon.This phenomenon appears nowhere else in the Western Hemisphere!