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Wall mural decorative tattooed woman
  • Wall mural decorative tattooed woman
  • Wall mural decorative tattooed woman
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Do you like tattoos? Enter the people murals category and you will find more murals identical to this one. You can choose black and white, illustration type or vintage tones.

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Self Adhesive Vinyl

Very resistant adhesive vinyl with a smooth and satin-like finish. They can be placed on all types of smooth surfaces such as walls, doors, appliances, glass, partitions, plasterboard, etc. Manufactured to be easy to install and remove without residue.


Canvas paper

A NON-ADHESIVE material with a matte and textured finish, ideal for those murals made from images of paintings, abstract photos or paintings. It is not advisable to use this material in kitchens and bathrooms. They can be cleaned with a soft sponge, warm water and neutral soap.


Translucent adhesive

It is the ideal vinyl to decorate or mark glass surfaces. It is widely used in commercial premises, on partition walls, in indiscreet windows in bathrooms, kitchens, glazed terraces, shop windows, etc. It allows light to pass through but prevents the vision of what is behind.



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The tattoo is a modification of the color of our skin made by injecting ink into our skin, remaining under our epidermis. Although tattoos may seem modern to us, in reality this physical modification has been carried out for thousands of years. Although we do not know precisely the origin of tattoos, it is believed that Neolithic men already made tattoos.

Its story continues through other cultures and in places far away. It is believed that the Egyptians used them to show maturity and courage and that they were only used by priestesses. the Celts and the Romans used this art form to mark social position. Its decline began with the arrival of the Middle Ages when they began to be considered disrespectful to God since their work was "mutilated".

The sailors were the ones who reintroduced the tattoos, although they did not reach the diffusion they had previously since they were associated with the lower classes and especially with criminals, since it was usual for sailors to embark in order to avoid justice. Tattoos were separated from the general public until the 70s, when thanks to the freedom that the Hippie movement brought with it, tattoos gained strength again until they reached the popularity that they have achieved today.

When you buy the tattooed woman wall mural, you will receive an instruction manual and videos together with your order, explaining in detail how to apply a photomural on a wall.

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