And the Winner is . . . .

The moment we have all been waiting for has finally arrived.

We are happy to announce the winners in the Detroit Institute of Arts and Let’s Save Michigan poster contest. We received over 300 entries, selected 60 finalists, and you voted for your favorite poster representing Michigan’s future.


Tany Nagy’s winning poster

Congratulations to Tany Nagy – our winner! Kudos also to Parisa Ghaderi, Brad Ackerman, Joseph Cissell, and Jordan Walker, whose outstanding posters rounded out the top 5.

View the winning posters here:

We ran this content to harness Michiganders creativity and start a conversation about how to build more livable cities.

We would also like to applaud our critics’ choice winner, Jonathon Wilcox, whose poster truly embodied the goals of Let’s Save Michigan. His work of art portrayed the theme of alternative forms of transportation and the diversity of Michigan’s landscapes, which are central to our campaign.


All 60 posters will be on display at the beautiful Fisher Building in downtown Detroit through the end of March. Stop by and see the posters for yourself.

Thank you for participating, and once again congratulations to our winners!