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Old 03-06-2010, 01:20 AM
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Post Review: Harry Potter Wall Art

The Wall Art is an innovative take on the average poster. A poster requires an external adhesive (tape, thumbtacks, even glue), to prop it on a wall, and most of the time, it never stays flat against it. There are generally air pockets and bending with a regular paper poster; that is not the case with wall art.

The Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix wall art (seen above), that resides on my wall is four feet high, and is plastered flat against the surface. No air bubbles, no additional tapes or thumbtacks required. It is self-adhesive with fabric matte paper, so it lacks the extra gloss on a poster that usually causes an annoying reflection whenever light hits it. It is smooth to the touch, like the surface of a varnished wooden desk. Because no extra tape or tacks are needed, there’s no worry about extra holes put into the wall art or small bumps made by tape to keep it up.

Best of all: if you want to take it off and move it somewhere else, just pull from the edge and slowly remove it. The fabric is durable enough that it would take quite a lot of manpower and deliberate force to rip the wall art. It has a longer wall life than any ordinary poster – after four months of placing the art on my wall, it looks and feels the same as it did the day I received it.

The issue lies within its size, and the necessity of two people to get the wall art up. While a one- or two-foot wall art is short on surface area, it only needs two hands to get it up. A four-foot high poster, however, requires several hands to get it on the wall. It is an easy process – removing the film behind the poster protecting the adhesive, and slowly attempting to get it on the wall without the wall art folding and sticking upon itself – but with something so large, a second person is required to hold the bottom half down as the top begins to adhere to the wall. The process doesn’t take long, and the result is definitely worth the effort – it is far superior that the average move poster or character stand.

Although called wall art, it has the ability to attach itself to other surfaces, including wooden surfaces, glass – basically any non-porous surface. For the Harry Potter fan who wants a long-term investment in terms of wall designs, the Wall Art is the way to go.
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I'm definitely going to buy some I think all the work will be worth it

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