Beautiful Laser-Engraved Wooden Posters by SpaceWolf Ltd.

The unfortunate truth is that no matter how much you like a poster of a movie or television show, it probably won't last. Luckily, SpaceWolf ltd. has the solution to this problem with their limited-edition wooden posters. The beautiful and intricately-detailed pieces depict well-regarded series like True Detective and classic films like Alien and Godzilla. SpaceWolf even includes novels on their roster and have designs for Frankenstein and Game of Thrones.

These permanent posters are 11.5 inches wide, 17.5 inches tall, and three-quarters of an inch thick. SpaceWolf laser engraves everything on United States-sourced cherry hardwood, which gives their handiwork a subtle, red sheen. There is a lot of care that goes into each piece, and they cut, sand, and oil the wood before the image is burned into it with a powerful laser.

Every poster comes in editions of 50, and once they are sold out they're gone for good. But, don't worry. SpaceWolf regularly comes up with new panels, and they even have specific plans to release a different "House" for the Game of Thrones series.







SpaceWolf ltd. website
via [Fubiz]





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