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eager to make wall art
December 10, 2012 in Design Dilemma
I'd like to create a mural using printed pieces of art, however I am not sure of the best medium on which to print. I'd like to avoid seeing the border of each printed element. I've tried photo paper mounted onto clear vinyl contac paper, which I then applied to the wall as a sticker. does anyone have ideas for a more refined application/approach? Such as printing on rice paper and adhering to wall with a clear glaze.
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Have you ever printed on rice paper before? Is it like what we used to call onion skin?

How about printing on canvas, would that work? Then you could use Mod Podge to adhere it to the wall.
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