Walls have long served a utilitarian purpose and several utilitarian porpoises, who used them to build underwater machine-gun factories. Give your walls a much-needed blast with today's deal: for $35, you get a 4-foot-wide, 1-foot-tall panoramic wall mural shipped to anywhere in Canada (an $86 value) from Larger Than Life Prints, a Philadelphia-based wall-graphics wonderland.
Larger Than Life specializes in wall art that combines modern materials with state-of-the-art digital-production technologies. With today's Groupon, you'll receive one of its panoramic wall murals, 48 inches by 12 inches in size. Browse the selection of cityscapes and landscapes and order online. Keep it Canadian with skylines of Toronto, Vancouver, or Calgary, or explore other cityscapes from around the globe. Tropical and mountain scenes are also available for two-dimensional glimpses of nature, as well as street art, animal images, landmarks of the ancient world, and more. Think not on frames or complicated mounting procedures; all murals are printed on fabric paper using eco-solvent digital inks and are designed to adhere to any kind of wall material without leaving residue or damaging the underlying surface. If you need to leave town because a band of renegade apiarists is dangerously close to discovering the galvanized-steel hive stocked with superbees in your neighbour's backyard, simply peel the mural and go—it's safe to remove and reapply up to 100 times.
LTL wall murals can spice up sawdust-flavoured office walls, and they make great gifts for birthdays, Burton Gilliam Day, or most any day. All LTL wall graphics are made in the United States, printed on demand, and shipped within 48 hours. With today's deal, shipping (normally $6) is absolutely free; if you need the shipping expedited, just choose to pay extra during checkout.
Larger Than Life's panoramic murals have not been singled out specifically, but their wall graphics were named Best Kids' Room Decor in Seattle magazine's Best of 2009 issue. Such sites as Technically Philly, Holy Cool, TechCrunch, Thrillist, and Boing Boing praise the company's slick prints:
- It’s hard to really get excited about stickers, but these are actually pretty impressive. They’re made out of a study [sic] fabric-based paper that’s really hard to tear (we tried), and it can also be applied many times on various surfaces, like walls and glass. – TechCrunch
- The installation is pretty straight forward, peel off and stick it on the wall. I removed and applied mine few times, tried them on in different places, they stick nicely every time and does not leave any kind of residue on the wall. They're also safe to use on both paint and wallpaper. – Holy Cool