There isn’t anything fancy about the installation process... we stencil the lines using seventeen inch high letters onto hundred foot rolls of silt fencing and deliver them to the construction yard. Generally there is one line per hundred foot roll, with a line running from twenty four to sixty six feet long. When the construction crews need silt fencing they randomly grab a roll, with or without a poem, and install it where needed. Sometimes they will need to cut a roll, which might mean a line would be ‘edited’ in the field. Here are a couple of photos of lines installed last week along SE McLoughlin Boulevard. Look on the Selected Lines page to see which lines have been printed.
|‘INTO THE LILT SONG INTO THE FLASHES OF RED” written by Gregory Chaimov.|
|“EYE CATCHING, A GAME OF SMALL SALUTES” written by Peg Butler.|