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Welcome to the 2021 poster series, our 20th anniversary series! The series consists of 16 posters, including a special poster by Tommy Lincoln of the ad and design firm, Stay Fresh. The large-format posters are on display in the kiosks of Salina and Warren streets and in poster boxes outside the Salina Street post office. Here one of our former interns, Bhushan Phapale, shows off a framed print from the 2012 series.

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Wild autumn wind whips
Two young lovers first wild kiss
Embrace crimson leaves
Jane Curley, poet
James McCampbell, artist
Item #:2021SYR01

Bearing hopes and dreams,
we arrived with a suitcase,
to make a new home.
Ellen Eagen, poet
R. Paul Lilly, artist
Item #:2021SYR02

Green Lakes in winter
the brittle silence broken
by passing footsteps
Marsha Egan, poet
Alyssa Dearborn, artist
Item #:2021SYR03

Purple loosestrife and
yellow finches brighten the
canal bikers' path
Nan Gartner, poet
Joyce Backus, artist
Item #:2021SYR04

December snowflakes
Fall by moonlight on late night
strollers in the square
Nan Gartner, poet
Amy Cunningham-Waltz, artist
Item #:2021SYR05

Warmth fading to cold
But no matter how much comes,
the sun still rises
Kai Gesek, poet
Mary Vertigan, artist
Item #:2021SYR06

A street lamp's gold glow
warms this chilly winter night
even the moon smiles
Jeffrey Gorney, poet
Cecily Thomas, artist
Item #:2021SYR07

New back to school shoes
Park—Brannock's merry go round
Measure up your feet!
Marcia Hanlon, poet
Lucie Wellner, artist
Item #:2021SYR08

Empty factories
Swapping machines for tenants
Neighborhoods are born
David Manfredi, poet
Ellen Edgerton, artist
Item #:2021SYR09

Red sari blows wide
Bag of onions on her head
Market vendor smiles
Cindy Ostuni, poet
Katie Turner, artist
Item #:2021SYR10

Follow the North Star
Harriet Tubman leading—
Underground Railroad
Michele Reed, poet
David Zeggert, artist
Item #:2021SYR11

St. Patrick parades.
Our city dances with green,
giddy for the spring.
Heidi Stephens, poet
Susan Murphy, artist
Item #:2021SYR12

Canines strut their stuff
Their owners proudly keep pace
Neighborhood parade
Robert Stone, poet
Tommy Lincoln, artist
Item #:2021SYR13

The old cicada
shells of factories lay strewn
with bright new flowers.
Matt Tompkins, poet
Leah Hennessey, artist
Item #:2021SYR14

Old woman, straight stride
Mouth set, umbrella held tall
’Gainst soft spring drizzle.
Deborah Tracy, poet
Kathleen O'Dell, artist
Item #:2021SYR15

Sweet apple orchards
Cinnamon spice flooded dreams
Wake me up, autumn!
Kathleen Wheatley, poet
Picasso Dular, artist
Item #:2021SYR16

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