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  • Wall Mural, Cades Cove horses, TN, 48x72 inches

    Large Wall Mural (48' tallx72" wide) with an image of Cades Cove horses in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN. The beautiful photographic image is printed on real photo paper and laminated on the front with matte laminate to eliminate glare and protect the image. It can be applied to the wall with wallpaper paste fora permanent application or hung up with 3M strips for hanging items on temporary basis. Item ships within a week- it is a custom printed item. It will ship rolled up in a tube with

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  • Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside Oriole Park at Camden Yards Mural

    Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside Oriole Park at Camden Yards Mural Description Dimensions : 6 'W x 4'H Stadium: Oriole Park at Camden Yards First Opened: April 6, 1992 Playing Surface : Bluegrass Remarks : Oriole Park is a traditional design and mirrors ballparks that were built early in the 19th century. The ballpark is part of the Camden Yards Sports Complex, which is also composed of M&T Bank Stadium (home of the Baltimore Ravens). Camden Yards also contains a museum called Sports Legends at Camden

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  • Great American Ball Park Wall Mural

    Great American Ball Park Mural Photo Gallery Click images to enlarge : The Great American Ball Park mural and complimentary Reds logos adhere well to smooth, indoor surfaces in temperature -controlled environments, such as painted drywall, glass, metal and sanded wood (without lacquer). Bedrooms, basements, and family or game rooms are the most popular destinations for the mural. The wall graphics, however, don't like the outdoors, cold places (like garages), textured or bumpy surfaces (like brick or

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  • Inside Miller Park Mural

    Inside Miller Park Mural Rating : Stadium : Miller Park First Opened: April 6, 2001 Playing Surface: Kentucky Bluegrass Remarks : The construction of Miller Park was one of the largest projects in Wisconsin history. It features the only fan-shaped convertible roof in North America and the roof can open and close in under 10 minutes. The park also features a 48 foot high and 37 foot wide color replay board on top of a 76 feet by 32 feet scoreboard. There are four different levels of seating (field,

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  • Fenway Park Wall Mural

    Fenway Park Mural Photo Gallery Click images to enlarge : The Fenway Park mural and complimentary Red Sox logos adhere well to smooth, indoor surfaces in temperature -controlled environments, such as painted drywall, glass, metal and sanded wood (without lacquer). Bedrooms, basements, and family or game rooms are the most popular destinations for the mural. The wall graphics, however, don't like the outdoors, cold places (like garages), textured or bumpy surfaces (like brick or cinderblock), nor unpainted

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  • Miami Marlins Inside Marlins Park team mural

    Miami Marlins Inside Marlins Park team mural [51 -51303 ] Miami Marlins Inside Marlins Park team mural Dimensions: (W x H) 6'0" x 4'0" (182 cm x 121 cm) SKU: 51-51303 Stadium: Marlins Park First Opened: March 5, 2012; April 4, 2012 for Opening Day Playing Surface: Bermuda grass About Marlins Park: Marlins Park first opened on March 5, 2012 for a high school baseball game. Official opening day the regular season was on April 4, 2012. The park boasts among the closest seating to the playing field. It also

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  • Washington Nationals Inside Nationals Park Mural

    Washington Nationals Inside Nationals Park Mural [51 -51301 ] Washington Nationals Inside Nationals Park Mural Dimensions: (W x H) 6'0" x 4'0" (182 cm x 121 cm) SKU: 51-51301 Stadium: Nationals Park First Opened: March 30, 2008 Playing Surface: Grass About Nationals Ballpark: Nationals Park first opened on March 30, 2008. It was recognized as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), becoming the first major stadium in the United States to achieve this accreditation. It was also given a

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  • Inside Nationals Park Mural

    Inside Nationals Park Mural Rating : Stadium : Nationals Park First Opened: March 30, 2008 Playing Surface : Grass About Nationals Ballpark: Nationals Park first opened on March 30, 2008. It was recognized as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), becoming the first major stadium in the United States to achieve this accreditation. It was also given a “Silver Status” by the United States Green Building Council. The ballpark features a 4,500 square foot high-definition scoreboard and

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  • Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside Comerica Park Mural

    Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside Comerica Park Mural Description Dimensions : 6 'W x 4 'H Stadium : Comerica Park First Opened: April 11, 2000 Playing Surface: Natural grass Remarks : Comerica Park first opened on April 11, 2000 after the Tigers played at Tiger Stadium since 1912. The park’s entrance features a 15 feet tall tiger statue and there are eight other tiger statues throughout the park (including two atop the scoreboard), their eyes light up after a Tigers home run or victory. There is a

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  • Inside PNC Park Mural

    Inside PNC Park Mural Rating : Stadium : PNC Park First Opened: March 31, 2001 Playing Surface: Natural Grass Remarks: PNC Park was the first ballpark with a two-deck design in the U.S. The design is based on a classic style ballpark and features steel truss work. The highest seat of the stadium is only 88 feet from the field, giving fans a great view of the game. Its outfield wall is 21 feet tall in honor of former right fielder Roberto Clemente (who wore number 21). The park is located right along the

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  • PGA TOUR TPC Harding Park Hole 15 Golf Mural by Fathead

    Fathead PGA TOUR TPC Harding Park Hole 15 Mural Description PGA TOUR TPC Harding Park Hole 15 Golf Mural by Fathead Dimensions: (W x H) 6'0" x 4'0" About Harding Park Hole 15: Hole 15 at TPC Harding Park is a 405- yard par-4. The property was added to the TPC Network in November 2010 and plays host to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship every other year. It has been recognized by GolfWeek Magazine as the “#24 Best Course to Play in California” and by Golf Digest as “One of the Best Places to Play.”

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  • AT&T Park - McCovey Cove Mural

    AT&T Park - McCovey Cove Mural Rating : Stadium : AT &T Park First Opened: March 31, 2000 as Pacific Bell Park Playing Surface: Kentucky bluegrass with a volcanic rock infield Remarks : AT &T Park opened as Pacific Bell Park. It was renamed SBC Park in 2003 and ultimately became AT&T park in 2006. It was the first ballpark since 1962 to be privately financed. Its current seating capacity is 41,915 and it’s praised for its classic look and feel. Just beyond right field sits McCovey Cove where fans can

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  • Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside Fenway Park at Night Mural

    Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside Fenway Park at Night Mural Description 6 'W x 4'H Fenway Park Stadium April 20, 1912 First Opened: Natural Grass Playing Surface: : Fenway Park is the oldest MLB stadium currently being used and the only one among the original ballparks still in use. In 1934, Fenway had a new look after two fires and a number of renovations. Fenway’s famous feature, known as the Green Monster, was created in 1947 when green paint covered wall advertisements. Fenway was not changed much besides

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    Night
  • Fathead: MLB Murals - Fenway Park Outfield Mural

    Fathead: MLB Murals - Fenway Park Outfield Mural Description 6 'W x 4'H Fenway Park Stadium : : April 20, 1912 Playing Surface : Natural Grass Remarks : Fenway Park is the oldest MLB stadium currently being used and the only one among the original ballparks still in use. In 1934, Fenway had a new look after two fires and a number of renovations. Fenway’s famous feature, known as the Green Monster, was created in 1947 when green paint covered wall advertisements. Fenway was not changed much besides

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  • Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Mural

    Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Mural Description 6 'W x 4'H Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Stadium : : April 1, 1994 Playing Surface : Tifway 419 bermuda grass (natural grass) First Opened Remarks : Rangers Ballpark in Arlington opened on April 1, 1994 as The Ballpark in Arlington. It was then named Ameriquest Field in Arlington in 2004 then the now Rangers Ballpark in Arlington in 2007. The complex includes a children’s learning center, a baseball museum called The

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  • Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside AT&T Park Mural

    Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside AT&T Park Mural Description 6 'W x 4'H AT&T Park Stadium : : March 31, 2000 as Pacific Bell Park Playing Surface : Kentucky bluegrass with a volcanic rock infield First Opened Remarks : AT &T Park opened as Pacific Bell Park. It was renamed SBC Park in 2003 and ultimately became AT&T park in 2006. It was the first ballpark since 1962 to be privately financed. Its current seating capacity is 41,915 and it’s praised for its classic look and feel. Just beyond right field

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  • Fathead: MLB Murals - Fenway Park Skyline Mural

    Fathead: MLB Murals - Fenway Park Skyline Mural Description 6 'W x 4 'H Stadium : Fenway Park First Opened: April 20, 1912 Playing Surface: Natural Grass Remarks : Fenway Park is the oldest MLB stadium currently being used and the only one among the original ballparks still in use. In 1934, Fenway had a new look after two fires and a number of renovations. Fenway’s famous feature, known as the Green Monster, was created in 1947 when green paint covered wall advertisements. Fenway was not changed

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  • Inside Minute Maid Park Mural

    Inside Minute Maid Park Mural Rating : Stadium : Minute Maid Park First Opened: March 30, 2000 Playing Surface: Natural grass Remarks : Minute Maid Park opened on March 30, 2000 as The Ballpark at Union Station. The ballpark is known for having modern technology while still having a classic feel. It features a 242 foot high retractable roof, becoming Houston’s first stadium with a retractable roof. The largest entrance of the park used to be Houston’s Union Station which was built in 1911. The left

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  • Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Flyover Mural

    Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Flyover Mural Rating : Stadium : Rangers Ballpark in Arlington First Opened: April 1, 1994 Playing Surface: Tifway 419 bermuda grass (natural grass ) Remarks : Rangers Ballpark in Arlington opened on April 1, 1994 as The Ballpark in Arlington. It was then named Ameriquest Field in Arlington in 2004 then the now Rangers Ballpark in Arlington in 2007. The complex includes a children’s learning center, a baseball museum called The Legends of the Game, an office building, a

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  • PPL Park Mural

    PPL Park Mural Rating : Mural : PPL Park Mural Team : Philadelphia Union First Opened: June 27, 2010 Notes : Philadelphia Union was founded in 2008. On May 11, 2009, the Philadelphia Union's name, crest, and colors were officially announced during a ceremony held at Philadelphia City Hall. "Union" alludes to the union of the Thirteen Colonies, of which Philadelphia was the first capital. What Is A Fathead?: Fathead is Huge! REAL.BIG. Fathead wall decals are life-size action images that you stick on

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  • Inside Petco Park Mural

    Inside Petco Park Mural Rating : Stadium : Petco Park First Opened: April 8, 2004 Playing Surface: Bullseye Bermuda Remarks : Petco park opened in 2004 which replaced the Padres' former home, Qualcomm Stadium. The park is covered in Indian sandstone and stucco with exposed white painted steel and features views of San Diego. The south side of the park is bounded by light rail tracks of the San Diego Trolley. Along the left and center outfield seating there is a pedestrian promenade. Another feature of

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  • Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside Yankee Stadium Mural

    Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside Yankee Stadium Mural Description Dimensions : 6 'W x 4'H Stadium: Yankee Stadium First Opened: April 2, 2009 Playing Surface: Kentucky bluegrass Remarks : Yankee Stadium first opened on April 2, 2009 and the Yankees played their first regular season game on April 16, 2009. It was built to replace the previous Yankee Stadium which was built in 1923. Yankee Stadium incorporates elements from the original one, including the famous roof overhang. The stadium is filled with

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  • Sky Box Sport Scenes

    Product Details Sky Box Sport Scenes SKU: SBSS Sky Box Sport Scenes: Click to View/Add to Cart 2' x 3' Peel & Stick (Add $99.00) 4' x 6' Peel & Stick (Add $299.00) 4' x 6' Wallpaper (Add $199.00) 8' x 12' Pre-pasted Wallpaper (Add $399.00) Please indicate which team you would like to purchase in the notes of your shopping cart. Imagine watching a game at Wrigley Field or Fenway Park without even leaving your house. Now you can with Sky Box Sport Scenes premium floor-to-ceiling sports photomurals! You can

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  • Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside PNC Park Mural

    Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside PNC Park Mural Description Dimensions : 6 'W x 4'H Stadium: PNC Park First Opened : March 31, 2001 Playing Surface: Natural Grass Remarks : PNC Park was the first ballpark with a two-deck design in the U.S. The design is based on a classic style ballpark and features steel truss work. The highest seat of the stadium is only 88 feet from the field, giving fans a great view of the game. Its outfield wall is 21 feet tall in honor of former right fielder Roberto Clemente (who

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  • Inside Miller Park Mural

    Inside Miller Park Mural 51 -51302 Rating : Stadium : Miller Park First Opened: April 6, 2001 Playing Surface: Kentucky Bluegrass Remarks : The construction of Miller Park was one of the largest projects in Wisconsin history. It features the only fan-shaped convertible roof in North America and the roof can open and close in under 10 minutes. The park also features a 48 foot high and 37 foot wide color replay board on top of a 76 feet by 32 feet scoreboard. There are four different levels of seating

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  • Milwaukee Brewers Inside Miller Park Mural team fathead

    Milwaukee Brewers Inside Miller Park Mural team fathead [51 -51302 ] Milwaukee Brewers Inside Miller Park Mural team fathead Dimensions: (W x H) 6'0" x 4'0" (182 cm x 121 cm) SKU: 51-51302 Stadium: Miller Park First Opened: April 6, 2001 Playing Surface: Kentucky Bluegrass Remarks: The construction of Miller Park was one of the largest projects in Wisconsin history. It features the only fan-shaped convertible roof in North America and the roof can open and close in under 10 minutes. The park also

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  • Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside Coors Field Mural

    Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside Coors Field Mural Description 6 'W x 4'H Coors Field Stadium : : April 26, 1995 Playing Surface : Grass mixture of bluegrass and rye-grass strains Remarks : Coors Field opened after the Rockies played at Mile Stadium for two seasons. Coors Field is known as an exciting ballpark because the number of home runs that take place there. It has the highest elevation in the MLB which results in balls traveling further. It also has one of the largest outfields in baseball

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  • Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside U.S. Cellular Field Mural

    Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside U.S. Cellular Field Mural Description Dimensions : 6 'W x 4'H Stadium: U.S. Cellular Field First Opened: April 18, 1991 Playing Surface : Bluegrass Remarks : U .S . Cellular Field opened as Comiskey Park after the White Sox played 81 years at the old Comiskey Park. The ballparks’s current seating capacity is 40,615 after several different phases of renovations. US Cellular Field boasts many features such as a two-tiered fan deck, a rain room, kid friendly activities,

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  • Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside Busch Stadium Mural

    Fathead: MLB Murals - Inside Busch Stadium Mural Description 6 'W x 4'H Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Stadium : April 1, 1994 First Opened: Tifway 419 bermuda grass (natural grass) Playing Surface: : Rangers Ballpark in Arlington opened on April 1, 1994 as The Ballpark in Arlington. It was then named Ameriquest Field in Arlington in 2004 then the now Rangers Ballpark in Arlington in 2007. The complex includes a children’s learning center, a baseball museum called The Legends of the Game, an office

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