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  • Pedro Dacosta, left, and Paul Handricken, with Sign Design of Brockton, install a large photo banner on the side of The Cubit building in Holyoke on Wednesday. The photo, by Holyoke artist Michelle Falcon Fontanez, is one of four large-scale photo banners by different artists that were installed on, or visible from, Main Street on Wednesday as part of the El Corazon/The Heart of Holyoke place-keeping project. The banners, along with a panel mural project and storefront installations, will be featured on walking tours this weekend. STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Pedro Dacosta, left, and Paul Handricken, with Sign Design, of Brockton, install a large photo banner on the side of The Cubit building in Holyoke on Wednesday, April 21, 2021. The photo, by Holyoke artist Michelle Falcon Fontanez, is one of four large scale photo banners by different artists that were installed on, or visible from, Main Street on Wednesday as part of the El Corazon/The Heart of Holyoke place keeping project. The banners, along with a panel mural project and storefront installations, will be featured on walking tours this weekend. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

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Published: 4/22/2021 3:08:45 PM

HOLYOKE – A crew from Sign Design, of Brockton, installed four large scale photo banners on the sides of buildings on, or visible from, Main Street on Wednesday as part of the El Corazon/The Heart of Holyoke place-keeping project. The public art, along with a panel mural project and storefront installations, will be featured on walking tours this weekend.

Kevin Gutting can be reached at kgutting@gazettenet.com. Follow him on Twitter @KevinGutting.


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