Walls360 makes real stuff. In Vegas.
It used to be that porting your Prince or Nirvana poster from wall to wall, dorm room to dorm room, was an acceptable, even necessary, interior decorating practice. You’d do it until the corners couldn’t hold push pins.
Walls360 offers a decidedly more intriguing, and durable, take on customizing a space, whether home, office, or event. The Las Vegas startup creates on-demand, custom graphics that are re-stickable after being attached to just about any surface and can withstand winds up to 500 mph (seriously).
With backing from Guy Kawasaki and a large distribution deal with Zazzle, Walls360 has become the go-to source for companies, graphic designers, and home decorators looking to spice up their space.
With this week’s CES (as well as a booming Las Vegas startup scene), it’s no shocker that the startup has been busy.
If you’re in Las Vegas, be sure to check out tonight’s Walls360 CES Open House tonight – get the details here.
Now go forth (and stick it).
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