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Can a Poster Save Michigan?

FYI: Let's Save Michigan and its partner, the Detroit Institute of Arts, announced Monday the winner of its first poster contest. They got 300 entries, and the public voted for its favorite out of 60 finalists.

The winner is Tany Nagy, and the critics' choice winner is Jonathan Wilcox. Nagy is a Waterford artist, founder of Pulse (a design and imaging company) and her winning poster is shown below. All 60 finalists will be on display at the Fisher Building in downtown Detroit through the end of the month.

Four additional posters by Parisa Ghaderi, Brad Ackerman, Joseph Cissell, and Jordan Walker received honorable mentions.

To view all of the posters, click here.

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