If there is one thing Ash and I like having around the home is pictures. However we are ones to go for things that match, our walls contain all sorts, from paintings of animals to stamps and prints from favourite TV and films. So when Posterlounge got in touch and asked if we would like to review some of their wall art we of course said yes.
Who are Posterlounge?
Posterlounge are a company specialising in wall art, including movie posters, art prints, photos and graphics. Pretty much all of their range can be printed in multiple ways from traditional poster prints to the use of wood, canvas, acrylic and more, while they offer multiple sizing choices as well. All of their wall art is produced in house, meaning they can make sure it lives up to their high standards, before being sent using fast and secure delivery services to the buyer.
We were kindly sent two different pieces of wall art:
For anyone looking at this and thinking what on earth, this is Vegeta from Dragon Ball Z and was my choice for Ash. For the material, I decided to go with Alu-Dibond, something I wasn't really sure as to what it offered. However, it said it was semi-matte and slimline and it seems to offer a way to really show of the different colourings of this picture. It is also interesting to note that this material can be used both inside and out.
Personally, I think the Alu-Dibond worked really well for this piece, it has a lovely finish to it and really allows the colours of the pictures to stand out.
Doctor Who Tardis
For my wall art I, of course, had to go with a Doctor Who piece, I thought the old weathered look of the poster would work perfectly on wood and I have to admit I really think it does. The colours take well on the wood but the grain helps bring another level to it which you wouldn't get on a smooth surface.
Overall I am really impressed with both of the prints we received from Posterlounge, they have been really well made and I am looking forward to getting them up properly on the wall soon.
Of course, I also mentioned a competition and the lovely people at Posterlounge have offered up £50 for one lucky winner to spend on their website and all you need to do to be in with a chance of winning, is pop over to Posterlounge and let me know:
If you were the lucky winner, which piece (or pieces) of wall art would you buy?