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The Legend of Zelda: Triforce of Posters

by Lukasz Balicki - October 21, 2009, 1:45 pm PDT
Total comments: 12


The set of posters comes in a poster tube package as shown above. The three posters included in the set include a History of Link poster, a Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess poster, and a Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass poster. The posters are printed on high-quality paper featuring glossy artwork.

While they aren't in the pictures due to how the posters rolled up a little at the ends, the Twilight Princess and Phantom Hourglass posters have an ESRB logo with descriptors alongside a Club Nintendo stamp. Both of the posters are high-quality reproductions of promotional posters that are used by retailers, while the History of Link poster is a brand new piece that highlights the design evolution of the Link character over the years.





Unfortunately, I haven't hung these posters yet, because I would feel very guilty if I did not frame them first. They are that gorgeous. If anyone is wondering, the dimensions of the History of Link poster are 16.5" x 28.7". The dimensions of the Twilight Princess and Phantom Hourglass Posters are 22" x 28".

Talkback

AVOctober 21, 2009

you gotta frame those puppies. I got some posters and since I move from dorm to mom's house some of them have ripped as I carefully take them off the wall. The tape attaches to well to the poster and can look ugly. Also since these posters will be hard to find it will in your best interest to take care of them.

I still got a Zelda 00T poster from Funcoland  ;D

Jamaican Mario ScholarOctober 21, 2009

As much as I like TP, that WW one is the bomb.

NinGurl69 *hugglesOctober 21, 2009

CARDBOARD BAZOOKA, GO

PeachylalaOctober 21, 2009

Quote from: Zap

As much as I like TP, that WW one is the bomb.

It's Phantom Hourglass. =(

Jamaican Mario ScholarOctober 21, 2009

:D I guess that explains the hook hanging over the side of the island

KDR_11kOctober 22, 2009

Speaking of merchandise, they've got really big NSMB figures at a local electronics store, at least 30cm high. I think I want a Yoshi.

TheFleeceNovember 03, 2009

This is madness. I ordered those posters at the end of September and they still haven't shipped. I only plan to frame the Link's History poster because that's the one I want the most. This wait is torture!

CalibanNovember 04, 2009

History of Link, and Twilight Princess posters are freaking awesome. I'm definitely going to frame them or something.

ThePermNovember 11, 2009

guide to poster use, don't ever use tape

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blu-Tack

poster putty is your friend

TheFleeceNovember 11, 2009

Quote from: ThePerm

guide to poster use, don't ever use tape

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blu-Tack

poster putty is your friend

Is this the same as Fun Tack? That's what I was planning to use until I get frames. If Blu Tack is the same as Fun Tack then is it safe since the Wiki states "Blu-Tack can leave an oily stain on paper materials if attached for a long period of time." Finally is poster putty the same thing as the above because hardware vernacular is too wide spread to figure out.
Tape? Tape??? You might as well as apply fire to them!

NinGurl69 *hugglesNovember 11, 2009

Staple

ThePermDecember 17, 2009

staples put holes in the wall, i use the yellow stuff you can find at wal-mart they do leave little stains, but they are no more bothersome than the little holes you get from tacs or staples. Frame are the way to go if you want it to look really nice, but they are the more expensive route. I would do frames if i had a lot of spare cash.

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