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Woody Guthrie Center Kris Kristofferson Exhibit Interior Wall Mural

woodyGuthrieCenter_interiorWallMural_KristoffersonExhibit1 woodyGuthrieCenter_interiorWallMural_KristoffersonExhibit2Large wall murals can make a big statement to your interior or exterior walls. This 11.5 foot tall by 22 foot wide wall mural for the Kris Kristofferson exhibit at the Woody Guthrie Center really dominates the room! It was applied in 52” wide vertical panels to form the image. The adhesive backed vinyl film works similar to a large decal. Special attention is given to making sure each panel is straight and lines up to adjacent panels correctly. The result is one large seamless image.

To find out more about interior or exterior wall murals, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.

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