Portraits by NC

Poster Prints

$13.00
  • Poster Prints

Portraits by NC

Poster Prints

$13.00

Peel & stick fabric posters are the perfect way to bring some style to your space without breaking the bank. And unlike vinyl, they’re odor free and a breeze to apply.

Made from a matte woven fabric these prints have a canvas like texture with a self stick backing that can be attached to any surface or inserted with the paper backing into any frame.

PACKAGE Each fabric poster is rolled, sealed, & shipped in a tube

FRAMING Check out 4x4 in Fotobit Collectable Frames

SIZES from 4x4 up to 36x54 in - choose your size from drop down menu

NOTE Please add Artwork # (number next to title) to your favorite artwork in note to seller section upon check out

GALLERY WRAP CANVAS AVAILABLE HERE

Add paint embellishment to your print for a painterly look. Hand-embellished canvas prints are send from our studio and are insured and send with a tracking number.

INSTALLATION & QUESTIONS

Fabric posters only take a few minutes to set up.  Below are some common questions about posters.

What types of surfaces can I put a peel & stick fabric poster on?

Posters work best on smooth, clean surfaces. If your walls have texturing, it will be a little harder to put our posters on straight and have them stick well.

Some ideal surfaces include: glass, untextured walls, ceilings, sealed concrete floors, smooth metal, tile, plastic surfaces and finished wood surfaces. Keep in mind that the less porous the surface is, the harder it will be to get the poster off.

What types of surfaces should I avoid?

Again, you will want to stay away from textured walls and anything that is very porous.  Some examples include stucco, concrete blocks, brick, unfinished wood, freshly painted walls (wait 30 days), and fibrous materials (like fabric or canvas).  While our products will stick well to paper-based surfaces, do not apply them unless you are looking for a permanent bond.  You will not be able to remove a poster from any paper surface.

Will the poster damage the paint on the wall?

The peel & stick fabric posters are designed to come off clean and shouldn’t leave any sticky residue behind.  If your paint was not applied properly or if it is old, chipping, or flaking then the poster may possibly remove some paint. Unfortunately I cannot guarantee that every wall will be perfect upon removal, but most walls should hold up.

How do I remove the poster?

To remove your poster, peel up a corner with your fingernail, and slowly peel it off the wall.  If you have applied it to a less-porous surface such as glass, we recommend that you use a hairdryer on low heat to release the adhesive and make it easier to remove.

Can I frame the poster?

Yes, to frame leave on the paper backing and insert the poster to any frame. 

Can I clean my poster?

Everything gets dirty so you may want to clean your poster from time to time.  To do this, simply take a soft and lightly damp cloth and gently wipe down the surface.  It is recommended that you avoid cleaning agents of any kind to avoid damaging your poster.



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Peel & stick fabric posters are the perfect way to bring some style to your space without breaking the bank. And unlike vinyl, they’re odor free and a breeze to apply.

Made from a matte woven fabric these prints have a canvas like texture with a self stick backing that can be attached to any surface or inserted with the paper backing into any frame.

PACKAGE Each fabric poster is rolled, sealed, & shipped in a tube

FRAMING Check out 4x4 in Fotobit Collectable Frames

SIZES from 4x4 up to 36x54 in - choose your size from drop down menu

NOTE Please add Artwork # (number next to title) to your favorite artwork in note to seller section upon check out

GALLERY WRAP CANVAS AVAILABLE HERE

Add paint embellishment to your print for a painterly look. Hand-embellished canvas prints are send from our studio and are insured and send with a tracking number.

INSTALLATION & QUESTIONS

Fabric posters only take a few minutes to set up.  Below are some common questions about posters.

What types of surfaces can I put a peel & stick fabric poster on?

Posters work best on smooth, clean surfaces. If your walls have texturing, it will be a little harder to put our posters on straight and have them stick well.

Some ideal surfaces include: glass, untextured walls, ceilings, sealed concrete floors, smooth metal, tile, plastic surfaces and finished wood surfaces. Keep in mind that the less porous the surface is, the harder it will be to get the poster off.

What types of surfaces should I avoid?

Again, you will want to stay away from textured walls and anything that is very porous.  Some examples include stucco, concrete blocks, brick, unfinished wood, freshly painted walls (wait 30 days), and fibrous materials (like fabric or canvas).  While our products will stick well to paper-based surfaces, do not apply them unless you are looking for a permanent bond.  You will not be able to remove a poster from any paper surface.

Will the poster damage the paint on the wall?

The peel & stick fabric posters are designed to come off clean and shouldn’t leave any sticky residue behind.  If your paint was not applied properly or if it is old, chipping, or flaking then the poster may possibly remove some paint. Unfortunately I cannot guarantee that every wall will be perfect upon removal, but most walls should hold up.

How do I remove the poster?

To remove your poster, peel up a corner with your fingernail, and slowly peel it off the wall.  If you have applied it to a less-porous surface such as glass, we recommend that you use a hairdryer on low heat to release the adhesive and make it easier to remove.

Can I frame the poster?

Yes, to frame leave on the paper backing and insert the poster to any frame. 

Can I clean my poster?

Everything gets dirty so you may want to clean your poster from time to time.  To do this, simply take a soft and lightly damp cloth and gently wipe down the surface.  It is recommended that you avoid cleaning agents of any kind to avoid damaging your poster.