Our Blik crew can really get into the new Chalk and The Not Whiteboard by Blik (wall graphic party break)! These circles and squares can be artfully arranged for an eye catching display on any wall. Express your creative spirit with collaboration, color and grown-up crayons (as we like to refer to chalk and dry erase markers). With Chalk and The Not Whiteboard, you have the freedom to doodle, draw and do it all over again. Grab a group of friends and have fun!
At Blik we’re pretty stoked about our four new squeegee designs. (Not to toot our own horn, but they are pretty awesome.) These plastic wonders are not just great tools for helping you install your wall decals, but they are also fun objects to play around with after the install. Check out the Blik team goofing around with these little guys.
Got your own? Send us a pic of how you like to squeegee to pr(at)whatisblik(dot)com or post it on our Facebook Fan page!
We love when fans document their Blik installation process and we have to say that Doodlers Anonymous’ eloquent blog post about installing Michelle Laslavia’s The Trip belongs in the Blik Hall of Fame.
How could we not swoon over sentences like, “We just got lost in a wonderful hour of cutting, rubbing, rolling, and pulling. How we love the tactile and tangible goodness of a hands-on project: the materials, the planning, the process. What fun to focus on something beautiful and immediate. Instant gratification.”
You had us at “wonderful hour of cutting!”
As some of you already know, blik was featured on the Rachael Ray Show today in a segment about decorating trends. They did a fun demo with blik Fly Re-Stik in snow, highlighting some of the features of removable wall art by yours truly. Since this particular design is made with our special Re-Stik adhesive, it means the decals are not only removable, but reusable as well. Move them around at will. Take them with you when you move.
Check it out. It will make you want to stik some blik!
Being the decor commitment phobes that we are, we understand how daunting your bare, naked walls can be. Especially those bright white ones. They want to be happy just like everyone else (that’s what they tell us, anyway). You could paint them, but do you really want to? Will your landlord let you? Master scrapbook designer, Noel Culbertson, recently struggled with similar questions and decided to dress up her large white walls with blik Iron Vines. We thought you might find inspiration in her insights and beautiful photo journal of the installation process on her blog paperpassionpixels. It’s a fun makeover that will show you how simple it is to blik your space. We think her wall looks happier, don’t you? And if you’re a scrapbook-er, be sure to check out her striking designs.
Here at blik, we love to see how you use our graphics to add a little more fun and design to your lives. So when we were sent the following, we just had to share them with you.
Thanks to Zack for this awesome video showing the “progression of an interior wall.” It begins with a unique use of Post-It notes that’s perfectly in line with the blik sensibility, and ends with a time-lapse installation of blik Organic wall graphics. Click the image below to watch.
Janine and Ari of NY, NY decorated their baby Lilly’s bedroom with new Wee Gallery Farm. From their Shutterfly photo album: “Lilly loves the black & white contrast and stares at the wall whenever she’s lying in her crib.”
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