Post Yo’ Bills: Capturing downtown bulletin boards

Community bulletin boards are, in their own way, a kind of ongoing communal art project composed of equal parts information, aesthetics and random chance. Often, events that would fly under our radar — particularly informal or late-breaking ones — can only be discovered through a careful reading of local corkboards. So we’re going to take photos and put them up here, effectively digitizing the fliers. The images below are in very high resolution, hopefully allowing you to read the fliers as if you were there.

Bulletin board at GreenLife (click for very-high resolution)

Bulletin board at Stephens-Lee Recreation Center (click for very-high resolution)

Images by Jonathan Welch.

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One thought on “Post Yo’ Bills: Capturing downtown bulletin boards

  1. ashevillain7

    Looks like the Emerald Lounge needs to update their postings.

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