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#DIY How we make Large Wall Art

Posted on April 22 2020

#DIY How we make Large Wall Art

A customer recently wrote to us requesting one of our favourite world maps

 

World Wonders Map, available on fine art paper or canvas

 

Our largest available size is A0 size which is approximately 84cm x 119cm (814mm x 1189mm). We offer sizes on all prints from A3, A2, A1 to A0.

BUT . . . He wanted it TWICE AS BIG! 

 

After panicking . . we accepted the challenge!

How did we do it?

 Obviously we could print 2 A0 prints and then glue them together. Since we are printing on high-quality 400g cotton canvas material, there would be no problem with ripping or the weight. It even makes this world map look like an antique tapestry. We loved it!

Our printer Enrique holding up the first part of the world map. Fresh!

Our printer Enrique holding up the first part of the world map. Fresh!

Our printer Enrique holding an A0 size print of World Wonders Map

Our printer Enrique holding an A0 size print of World Wonders Map

Enrique carefully checking both A0 prints to find the junction to glue them together. #CONCENTRATION

Enrique carefully checking both A0 prints to later glue them together.

Checking the canvas print in daylight to make sure the joint is perfect.

Checking the canvas print in daylight to make sure the joint is perfect.

Maryna,our founder and Danilo, our intern checking the print outside our Atelier in Berlin.

Maryna, the founder of KURIOSIS and Danilo, our Intern checking the print outside our Atelier in Berlin.

We loved the print so much . . . we made another one for our living room!

Danilo chilling it in our living room pretending to read a book.

 

Thanks for reading this blog post. We hope to bring you more regular updates from our atelier in Berlin. If you want any help with hanging your art, please send us an e-mail or chat with us on the website. 

We will be happy to help you choose the perfect home decor, kitchen decor, or wall art for your apartment or home.

 

Love, Maryna

Maryna Bittencourt and her mascot Pitico at our Atelier in Berlin, Germany

 

 

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