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One Way to Revive the State

Like you need another reason to Web surf…but if you do, go to the awesome Let's Save Michigan site and vote in its poster contest.

In December, the Detroit Institute of Arts and Let's Save Michigan issued the challenge: Create an original poster to “inspire Michiganders to revive their state.” The poster had to be forward-looking, inspirational and had to include the “Let's Save Michigan” name in the design.

The good folks at the DIA and Let's Save Michigan (remember Sean Mann?) narrowed down a field of more than 300 candidates down to 60 finalists. Originally, they said they were only going to pick 25 – but there were so many top-notch entries they decided to expand it.

Voting concludes March 15. You can vote for as many posters as you want and more than once. The catch: You can only vote for a single poster once every 24 hours. After that date, you'll see the finalists displayed in the Fischer Building's lobby for everyone to get motivated.

Check it out here.

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