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Banners as Art

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is celebrated for his posters depicting Parisian night life and theater at the turn of the last century. His posters were produced as advertisements meant to attract the public to various shows and events. They were intended for limited time use, to be discarded after having served their purpose. Today, an original Toulouse-Lautrec poster can sell for upwards of $170,000!

Just as Toulouse-Lautrec captured the essence of the commercial landscape of 19th-century Paris in his poster art, BetterWall banners capture the world of contemporary museum promotions. Intended to inform and entice, the banners are similar in format, medium, and purpose, yet each is unique.

Now for the first time, you can own limited-run museum banners that take advertising art to a new level. Not only do these banners feature some of the most famous works of art in the world, they also combine a large format and contemporary materials with text, colors, graphics, and layouts that reflect today's aesthetics.

You won't find any other banners from these museums sold anywhere else. Why? We have made special arrangements with museums to sell their banners through BetterWall, and we have secured the rights to sell these banners to the public. All banners are limited production runs from specific exhibitions and venues and cannot be reproduced.

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