inspire me: fine art wall clings are here!

Created from the most popular galleries in Design Aglow's Wall Gallery Guide: Fine Art Collection, our Inspire Me: Fine Art Wall Clings allow you to visually pitch your images in true-to-life size. Your clients will see exactly how a design will look on their wall and your studio will stick the landing with these extraordinarily distinctive and professionally rendered models. Inspire Me: Fine Art Wall Clings at a glance: • Six professional layouts • Fully layered and customizable PSD templates - change the color or size of the furniture • Easy-to-install, remove, and adjust • Panels range from 75"x35" to 60"x100" • Choose to print the furniture and the galleries, or just the galleries and use your own furniture PERFECT FOR: • Wedding and portrait photographers who want to sell custom photo collages. • Marketing your business at any venue. • Giving a trade show booth the look of an actual sized room layout. • Offering clients an inexpensive alternative to a traditional arrangement. • Emailing clients a PDF preview of a suggested gallery. Special thanks to Chubby Cheek Photography, Mi Amore Foto, Heather Armstrong Photography, Untamed Heart Photography and Jesh De Rox Fine Art Photography for providing us with the lovely sample images. Click here to check them out in the shop!


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