How to Find a Poster
How to find a poster.
In the White Box, enter the poster name or subject. Then click GO. This will take you to the Allposter’s website where you can refine your search for that perfect poster. Yes when you buy your poster from allposters I get paid a commission.
Tell your friends how to find a poster by sending them to findaposter.com
So you need to find a poster?
A nice art poster or a poster of your favorite celebrity and put it on your wall but the boss or your Mother / Wife / or whoever will not permit you to pin or tape your poster to your wall encase you ruin the new paint or rip the wallpaper. Then I recommend that you use Blu-Tack to stick your poster to your wall. It will not ruin your art poster or the wall. It offers a clean, safe and a simple alternative to tapes and pins.
Blu-Tack is a versatile, reusable putty-like pressure sensitive adhesive. (Like blue reusable chewing gum) The original version of the product was blue, but many colours are now available. It is based on a formulation consisting of synthetic rubber, polymers, oil and inorganic fillers.
Warning: Blu-Tack can leave an oily stain on paper materials if attached for a long period of time.
Blu Tack is known as “Zorkai” in north eastern areas of Canada. In South Africa it is commonly known as “Prestik (as made by Bostik), or “Sticky Stuff” (as made by Pritt).
Where to buy Blu-tack for your Find A Poster poster
It can be found at most good book shops and supermarkets.
Similar products that You Can use are from other manufacturers include “Buddies” (coloured pink), “Pritt-Tack”, “Poster Putty”, “Tac ‘N Stick”, “Ticky Tack” and “Sticky Tack”. “White Tack”, made by the German company UHU, is similar but, as the name suggests, is white, Being white it doesn’t show through easily on posters as Blu-Tack does.
Looking after your Find A Poster poster
If you collect it. Protect it
Protecting your Find A Poster poster is a lot of common sense with some info included.
Let’s take a look at the ‘enemies’ of your poster, moisture (water damage),
humidity (mold and fungus), heat (makes brittle and brown), light (fades the colors), acidity (disintegrates the paper), critters (eats thru it)
ALL of these areas have to be covered to protect your poster.
So you want to protect it and be able to display it
We know that trying to cover this area presents a problem. Each situation is different and can range from someone in college just trying to put something on their wall for the semester to a collector hanging a $5000 poster.
You will hear something different from every direction.. ALL the different things that you need to do to your poster. There are pros and cons to everything that is why we will not try and cover it all here. BE SURE TO LOOK INTO ALL THE PROBLEMS AND NOT JUST THE BENEFITS.
Storing your poster
NOTE: Before you store your Find A Poster poster. Make sure that it’s clean and free from all tape, dirt and marks that may continue to eat away at your poster while you have it stored.