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Tuesday 16th July 2013

*Fresh Candy* When Typography and Wall Stickers Meet

The Binary Box have stepped up the game in wall stickers with their gorgeous new range of type-inspired wall art. A mix of lyrics and inspirational quotes, these wall vinyls are really brought into their own with the attention paid in the design of the lettering.

We’ve rounded up the cream of the crop of our new wall sticker designs below!

For fans of the Beatles, the classic lyric “All you need is love” is given an update with a clever, sleek, sans serif stacked look.

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Using a complementary colour palette, this wall sticker reads “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”.

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More pretty typography stickers after the jump!


A saying that reminds you to keep on going, “Behold the turtle, he makes progress only when he sticks his neck out”.
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A little life reminder in case you need to get back on track with your thoughts “Don’t follow your dreams; chase them”.

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“You can’t start the next chapter of your life if you keep rereading the last one” a lovely quote for those that need  a little pick me up and a reminder that the best things are yet to come!

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If you’re racking your brains trying to think of ideas for your next blog post or even novel, “The best idea’s come when you least expect it” is a fantastic way to remind you to that it’s sometimes best to let the ideas flow rather than stressing out.

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Another lycric wall sticker, the “One love” wall vinyl is a cool way to show your appreciation of Mr Marley and have a great bit of a type art on your walls too!

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Do you have a favourite at all? Have many wall stickers in your place? We definitely think that the wall sticker makes a great grown up alternative to the humble poster. And with so many customisable designs and colours, and them not leaving a mark behind…we think they’re blinking brilliant!

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