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Azeeda A0+ 'I Hate Mondays Cat' Wall Poster/Print (PP00092992)

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Azeeda A0+ 'I Hate Mondays Cat' Wall Poster/Print (PP00092992)

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Product description

We pride ourselves on the superior quality of our posters by printing them on high quality 260gsm lustre photo paper; it gives a semi-gloss finish with a smooth satin surface and superb colour reproduction. Each premium print features a unique design making them the ideal choice for any home décor.

These posters look fantastic in a frame, with or without a mount, or simply pinned to the wall. For illustrative purposes we’ve included an image of the poster mounted within a frame but please note that frames are not included.

All our posters are printed in the UK and dispatched in a hardback envelope or rolled into a poster tube, depending on size. If the poster is sent in a tube then we recommend laying it out on a clean, hard, flat surface with a clean towel placed on top and a weighty item holding it down to flatten the sheet before pinning to a wall; if you intend to frame the poster then there is no need for this as the frame will hold it in place.

Our posters are available in a variety of sizes: A5, A4, A3, A2, Super A1 and A0+.

A5: 210mm x 148mm ( 8.3 x 5.8 inches )
A4: 297mm x 210mm ( 11.7 x 8.3 inches )
A3: 420mm x 297mm ( 16.5 x 11.7 inches )
A2: 594mm x 420mm ( 23.4 x 16.5 inches )
Super A1: 914mm x 610mm ( 36 x 24 inches )
A0+: 1292mm x 914mm ( 50.9 x 36 inches )

This poster is A0+ size.

Please note this listing includes only the poster print which is NOT framed. All frames are for illustration purposes only and are not included.

Please be aware that there is a small production number discreetly printed in the bottom right hand corner of the poster.

Azeeda A0+ 'I Hate Mondays Cat' Wall Poster/Print (PP00092992)

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