Population: 485 “Summer Here” Poster

Inspired by the opening paragraph of Michael Perry’s bestselling memoir “Population: 485,” this poster features the original collage art of Chippewa Valley artist Lori Chilefone.

Artist statement: “The figure in the collage is from a circa 1880’s gravure rendering by Smeeton & Tilly of a statue of Phoebe, a Titan goddess of the moon, worshipped by ancient Greeks. The name “Phoebe” derives from the Greek for “shining, bright, and radiant.” All of the butterflies are native to the region of Wisconsin where the book “Population: 485” is set.

Size: 11×17
Medium: Print
Finish: Matte
Paper: 100lb Environmental Smooth Cover

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