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Old 03-27-2019, 03:35 PM
Panda570 Panda570 is offline
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Mural help - alternative/temporary methods

Hello All,
I was initially asked by a local non-profit to paint a few indoor murals inside their new office space. I had originally designed large, edge-to-edge murals but unfortunately the landlord has now requested that we not paint directly onto the walls, so I'm trying to come up with an alternative idea where I can still paint a large scale installation (as opposed to just painting on standard sized stretched canvas to hang on the wall). I'm curious if anyone here has any advice on how to go about this? The budget is very limited at $500 for 3-4 interior walls, and I have agreed to do the paintings at cost of materials since they are a non-profit and a cause I believe in. I have seen some large scale paintings done on unframed canvas rolls, but am not sure how to go about hanging/adhering to the walls in a way that A: doesn't hurt the walls and B: is long term and looks high quality. Any input is appreciated! Thank you!
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