Wall Graphics.

(6 Posts)
dipsyduck Tue 29-Nov-16 22:14:55

Good evening guys!

Ive attached some samples of some work I've done which I'm going to make into vinyl wall graphics. They are all A4 sized and will cost £7.50 each.
Would you purchase something like this?

Also looking into doing personalised ones for children bedrooms etc. If you have any good ideas let me know!

Looking for lots of constructive criticism!

Thank you!

Bertucci Tue 29-Nov-16 22:18:47

I completely loathe things like this, sorry.

But if I didn't, £7.50 seems very reasonable. grin

PinkiePiesCupcakes Tue 29-Nov-16 22:22:24

I completely loathe things pike this, sorry.

But of I didn't, £7.50 see!s very unreasonable.
A very quick amazon search shows many many varieties for £2 or lower. Some very large ones for £5 for example.
What sets yours apart for 6 times what some cost?

(That sounds harsh, sorry, but trying to be realistic)

olderthanyouthink Wed 30-Nov-16 19:02:38

Did you do the calligraphy/ drawings?

TrollTheRespawnJeremy Tue 06-Dec-16 02:58:32

The text is just a font... I don't know what makes these special on top of the 100's that are out there?

I wouldn't put any of these directly onto my wall- I think most people would have them as a print. (Of which there are huuuuundreds of options online [https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=let+the+evening+begin&espv=2&biw=1280&bih=726&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj4hMvkyN7QAhWLBcAKHVsCAhsQsAQIIQ link]]

Maybe if you did the prints in box frames for buy and sell pages or school fetes it might work but for anybody computer savvy these are too easy to replicate and make yourself, or there's another 100 out there that are pretty identical.

OlennasWimple Tue 06-Dec-16 03:06:15

A4 isn't really big enough - if I was putting this up on the wall, I would want it to be a statement.

As others have said, there is lots of competition for this sort of thing - have a play around on eBay, Etsy, NOTHS and think about what would set your product apart from existing, established sellers

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