Large panoramic posters to cover a wall?
August 22, 2004 10:18 PM   Subscribe

I'd love to buy some Andreas Gursky posters for my new apartment, but alas they don't sell them anywhere. Can anyone suggest or link me to other panorama-like posters that are funky and cool and can cover a large wall? Thanks!
posted by adrober to Media & Arts (5 answers total)
A lithograph of Gursky's "Chicago, Board of Trade II" is available at, though it's not very large.

Peter Turnley has a number of monochromes which are worth a look.
You could also check out Richard Estes and maybe get some Wayne Thiebaud prints for the kitchen.
posted by Smart Dalek at 5:48 AM on August 23, 2004

You could always go the 70's funky route with a huge wall mural. Here are some winners!
posted by fionab at 9:14 AM on August 23, 2004

I've been trying to talk the megaplexes around here out of the large banners for films for similar purposes. You might try that route.
posted by renyoj at 1:47 PM on August 23, 2004

I saw something in the Urban Outfitters catalog that was a few rolls of wallpaper that made a forest scene or something.
posted by Frank Grimes at 7:29 PM on August 23, 2004

I got a print of 99 Cent at the MoMA itself, and they generally carry exhibition prints for a long time, even if the online store doesn't have them. It was about $25 (unframed), and hangs in my living room as a great conversation piece.
posted by mkultra at 7:51 AM on August 24, 2004

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