LTL Prints, the sticker and poster hybrid


I had the pleasure of meeting the people behind LTL Prints when I went to check out the Into the Pixel art exhibit recently. I've never heard of the company before and I was a little blown away when they showed me just what the company does.

We as gamers like putting sh*t all over our walls. Movie, music and gaming posters have all made their way onto our walls at some point over the course of our numerous phases in life. With that process comes all the holes left behind in order to hang up whatever we're into at the time. An easy solution to avoid the holes would to be just putting up stickers, but that also presents a problem. You tend to only have one chance at placing a sticker on a surface and removing it will all but destroy the sticker.

LTL Prints solves both of those issues by introducing a hybrid of stickers and posters. The prints can be placed on any surface you have like a sticker and you're able to take the LTL Print down and put it back up somewhere else without the graphic losing it's stickyness or it leaving behind a sticky residue on the wall. You're able to do this up to at least 100 times before the graphic loses it's stickyness in fact. The quality of the graphics are very nice and don't feel cheap like a regular poster.

A number of LTL Graphics images are on display at the Into the Pixel art exhibit in San Francisco right now and the official Web site has started selling videogame themed graphics for Super Meat Boy, Jet Set Radio and more. You can also create your own graphic with any image you have on your harddrive.

Overall, this is a great solution to what's usually an annoying process.

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Hamza CTZ Aziz
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