Category Archives: Removed posters

Snowy Love

how to write a crazy love letter

An email written after the first 2 posters were removed:

I really admire postal workers
and I hope that the pieces might bring
some joy to the monotony…but maybe
its their postal duty to keep boxes free of posting?

(Thank you MPT!)

we’ll assume that postal worker took those posters home

and installed them in her front windows

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300 east 300 south (SLC):

Antique shop on the night before Valentines (submitted by TB)

On Valentines, I drove by this shop to see the posters in person—they had all been removed.

Yesterday, I drove by with a friend and all of them had been replaced [see below]

Everyone is wondering how the posters were removed without tearing them.

(we’re just really really really impressed).

green wall + posters

from Coyote Cat in Salt Lake City:

“Attached are a couple photos of the first two posters. These ones are
now gone. Hopefully someone loves them and took them.”


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We will assume these posters were taken down out of love and adoration. They are probably, at this moment, happily displayed in the grounds keeper’s office or some other starry place. (They are not in anyone’s trash can.) Are we allowed to make these assumptions?

How to write a crazy love letter (no. 2)

Formerly stapled to a tree .

how to write a crazy love letter (no. 1)

And this—taped to a nearby wall.


also these—adhered to a park city mailbox.

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