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Breathing Color Art Peel Blockout

For this season’s experimental paper, we chose to go kitsch with Breathing Color’s Art Peel Blockout. Yep...we are bringing you an inkjet-printable wall fabric with an adhesive backing that is easy to install and does not damage your walls. What a great solution for those of you who do not want to invest in framing. Just peel and adhere to most wall surfaces (i.e. smooth). They say that the adhesive can hold for up to a couple of years (in optimal conditions) so I think of this as a reason to play with your art and play with how you engage with it. And if you get tired of it in one area of your house, just pull it off and you can install it somewhere else. I think this is a brilliant idea for enlarging art made by some of our most creative citizens (kids!!) Involve them in the installation process. Have an ongoing exhibit in your home...As for me, don’t be surprised if you see prints of my work in temporary installations around town. Just think of where your imagery can exist! After a loooooong winter...we definitely need to play. And even though the material is a woven polyester, it feels really nice to the touch..it has a soft ‘linen’ quality to it. So try it out..think of fun ideas of how and where to install your art and send me photos of your installation to share with the world. Think in grids, large wall murals (for files that can handle it)...or, or, or...cheers to the exploration!

Additional Info:

100% polyester woven fabric
150gsm/6mil (release liner backing adds 100gsm/5mil)
Remove and reuse multiple times without loss of adhesive tack
Can apply to both light colored and dark colored walls
Coat with u.v. protection to increase longevity

 

Largest size available for this paper: 40" on the short edge

 

* Prints will shift in color if you display them in rooms that have windows. To prevent this from occurring, you need to use UV protected glass or UV protected plexi glass when framing your prints. Most ready-made frames from discount stores do not come with UV glass. It is not very expensive to go to your local glass or frame shop and purchase the UV glass separately.

 

 

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