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One of the more exciting parts about working at BetterWall is getting archived banners from art museum partners. Typically, we rec...

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Hors Serie (outside the series). An opportunity to own a banner archived from The Art Institute of Chicago or MCA, Chicago, some ...

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Englishman Brook Watson commissioned American artist John Singleton Copley to paint a depiction of the former's rescue from a shar...

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Hors Serie (outside the series). An opportunity to own a banner archived from The Art Institute of Chicago or MCA, Chicago, some ...

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A bit of ink on BetterWall from the San Francisco Chronicle featuring "Girl with a Pearl Earring" from the de Young Museum. Also m...

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If you live in the Los Angeles area, now there's another reason to visit the Fowler Museum at UCLA in addition to their current ex...

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The holidays bring out all sorts of intriguing combinations: witness the Turduken. A deboned chicken stuffed in a deboned duck st...

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A $45 find at auction resulted in a $400,000 find, as experts authenticate this postcard as an original 19C John Constable. His mo...

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Although it's not a sovereign state, the United Nations, to our surprise, issues stamps that can actually be used to send mail wor...

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Recycle & Reuse Program for Museums

With funding sources dwindling, museums today are constantly seeking new sources of revenue. As businesses and conscientious members of their communities, they are also exploring eco-friendly ?green? practices that can benefit the environment and reduce waste. Museums achieve all of these goals simultaneously through BetterWall's Recycle and Reuse Program.

BetterWall partners with museums to help them reduce waste by keeping tons of vinyl banners out of landfills each year. We also help them generate valuable financial support to strengthen their collections, operations, exhibitions, and programs.For more information about the Recycle and Reuse Program?, please call us at 303-756-6615 or email us at .

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