Bare walls are the most valuable real estate in your home—don't let them go to seed with dense drywall brambles and abandoned darts. Today's Groupon expands your snapshots to wall-friendly proportions, allowing you to decorate with customized abandon. For $15, you get a 24"x36" poster from PosterBrain.com, a $30 value including tax and shipping. Select any digital photo or image (JPG, GIF, PNG, TIF, BMP) that's at least 300 kilobytes and no bigger than 100 megabytes to get a personalized poster shipped to you.
Printed on 200-year archival paper with a sexy satin finish, your poster will arrive ready to hang. Stop spending hours thumbing through posters of vampires and bow-wearing kittens in baskets and take control of your décor. The entire process only takes three minutes, making it even quicker than boiling an egg by focusing your rage on it.
Blow up a romantic moment for a personalized present to that special or imaginary someone (free gift wrap is available), or if you're alone for a love-heavy holiday (Hugger's Day, Kissmas Eve, etc.), posterize that secret camera-phone shot you snapped of your crush from the bus and pretend he or she is there with you. You can buy two of these Groupons, so the tantalizing possibility of gazing at blown-up pictures of your right foot and left foot as you drift off to sleep is now an achievable dream.
When uploading your picture to the site, poster size may vary (for example, to 24"x32").
The blogosphere is buzzing over PosterBrain.com:
- PosterBrain is the world’s first user-friendly and affordable, professional quality poster printing service. With PosterBrain, you can print your pictures as full-size, 200 year archival posters, and for a price that beats the competition by more than half. – Jennifer, The Dirty Shirt
- The process was so simple that I felt like I must have done something wrong. I didn't. The site is extremely user friendly. My husband and my dad are really into photo enlargements right now so this was a great opportunity for me to get the hubby a little something. The picture he chose for poster printing was a little risque which is why I didn't take a picture of it to post on here. Take my word for it, it turned out perfectly! – bridget3420, You Say Too