3 Must-Have Posters To Spruce Up Your Walls
Staring at the same paint on the walls day in and day out can get boring in a hurry. Regardless of the color, if nothing is in place to break up the scheme, the room can make you feel trapped and claustrophobic in a hurry. Well, music lovers who want to change up the same old, same old, have come to the right spot. Our organization has something for everyone like gig and movie posters or limited edition screen prints.
The designs are perfect for spicing things up and giving ordinary, plain walls a splash. Posters are an excellent choice to utilize in a home, office, or dorm room setting. Wherever you decide to hang the piece, you will enjoy looking at it every day. Also, guests will enjoy peering at the items. The banners can even serve as conversation starters or topics of conversation to eliminate awkward silence.
Now, On To The Must-Have Posters
1. Grateful Dead – 2015 Richey Beckett
The Grateful Dead was huge back in the 70s, and many fans still listen to the band's music today. This first edition poster is hand numbered by the artist, and there were only 2,015 of the units printed. It is 18" x 24", which means it will be highly visible from various distances. The front does have an image of a topless woman on it though. Hence, it might not be appropriate in all settings like where little kids are present. Still, a die-hard Deadhead can't go wrong with this selection.
2. Kings of Leon – 2017 Tyler Skaggs
This is a limited edition screen printed 12" x 28" poster. It is hand marked with the initials "AP" in the bottom left-hand corner. The piece commemorates the group's Austin, Texas performance on May 9, 2017. This unit has an interesting image on the front of a woman with a beehive hairdo. Peeking out from the strands are both cherries and eyeballs.
3. Eric Church – 2017 Zeb Love Poster
This 18" x 24" limited edition screen printed poster is from Church's "Holdin My Own Tour." It has an image of a skull and crossbones on the front as well as two American flags. The piece also features open and empty cans at the bottom of the page, which one can only assume are of the alcoholic variety. This unit is from performance on April 21, 2017, at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh.
All of these pieces will do the trick when it comes to making your walls more flashy. However, don't fret if they don't suit your fancy. There are plenty of other options available on our web site.