PAC-MAN Poster 40x60 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN

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PAC-MAN Poster 40x60 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN - Poster 60 x 40 cm (horizontal)
PAC-MAN Poster 40x60 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN - Poster 60 x 40 cm (horizontal)
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PAC-MAN Poster 40x60 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN - Poster 60 x 40 cm (horizontal)
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PAC-MAN Poster 40x60 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN
Poster 60 x 40 cm (horizontal)
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Horizontal poster made of semi-matte photo paper. True colour endurance on highly UV resistant paper. Brand: Spreadshirt
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Poster 60 x 40 cm (horizontal)
Normal fit
  • Horizontal poster made of semi-matte photo paper. True colour endurance on highly UV resistant paper. Brand: Spreadshirt
Great pictures need to come out well. This large-format poster gives prominence to your best photos and favourite designs. The premium photo paper is guaranteed to turn the eye of the beholder – it comes out great on every wall.

– suitable for horizontal designs or photos
– delivered rolled up in wrapping tissue and sturdy mailing tube
– pigment-coated ink print
– true colour endurance and UV resistance
– material: semi-matte photo paper (250g/m²)
Size chart
A (cm)
B (cm)
One size
40.0
60.0

Design Details

PAC-MAN Poster 40x60 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN
Sharm Murugiah is an award winning British Illustrator & Graphic Designer living and working in London, UK. Since 2012, Sharm has been consistently developing his technique on both self-initiated projects and for clients such as 20th century Fox, AMC, , Empire Magazine, Icon, Lionsgate, Little White Lies Magazine, Vertigo Films and Old Castle Books to name a few. Sharm won a D&AD Award in 2014 as a contributing illustrator for issue 49 of Little White Lies magazine. Some of Sharm’s most recent projects include a mural of London hung in Scribbler, Regent Street and the branding of Eastern Electrics festival, 2015. My Story with Pac-Man - Pac Man was already a well established, very popular game by the time I was born. I grew up seeing Pac-man become a cultural icon. I was always obsessed with the colourful ghosts of the game and the playfulness of the style of animation. It is always great to see Pac-Man referenced still, in pop culture. Films like Scott Pilgrim and Wreck-it Ralph pay homage in their own little way. I hope Pac-Man will live on forever in one form or another. The maze behind the piece - My Piece was created to celebrate 35 years of Pac-Man in the way I saw it, surreal, child like, iconic and colourful. Combining techniques I have been developing in recent projects with my love of pop art, I felt that this particular treatment was perfect for what Pac-Man meant to me!