The advantage of Comic Arts posters
It does not matter, or is of little importance, if you are not of the age that loves animated characters. Truth be told, there really is not an age limit to appreciating these cute figures. You can watch cartoons with your kids and still enjoy it! With Comic Arts posters, Photowall has conveniently arranged it into two smaller subcategories, namely Brokiga and "Vem?" As you will discover, there is not just an abundance of visual joy in Comic Arts posters, but also a history and deeper meaning. Both subcategories have plenty of magnificent motifs which can be applied to any room, but particularly rooms where kids spend most of their time. It is known that having characters which you love present in your domicile can lift the mood, alleviate stress and generate good vibes. You can also to that the amazing colour combinations present in Comic Arts posters, and you will have the ideal tool to decorate any residential, corporate or recreational area.
The central figure
Created by Carin and Stina Wirsén, two Swedish sisters who are both authors, these charming little creatures in the Comic Arts posters category titled “Brokiga”, can bring all the fun right to your doorstep. Brokiga is a Swedish word meaning multi-coloured and full of lively patterns. The minute figures of this series argue and make up, bite and console, and so on. Even though may have terrible spats from time to time, they easily and always become friends again. Little Pink guides you through most of the experiences covered in each story, as you will see in Comic Arts posters. However, Little Pink is just one of the many characters, where some recur from book to book, while others merely pass by in a swarm of colour. They come in all shapes and forms, some are checked, polka-dotted, pink, green, brown and blue, and so on. In this world of Comic Arts posters, children are challenged but also respected and accepted for who they are. Make your child's life an adventure with these amazing creatures and designs.
Another subcategory of Comic Arts posters
Stina Wirsén’s “Vem?” books are another staple in the Comic Arts posters department. Vem basically means "who", and in these stories, every day situations are relayed through the form of fables. These sprawling, cutesy animals display depth to their emotions in childlike scenarios for the very young to be understood. Vem books are of great popularity in Sweden and even abroad, having been made into animated films. These books also tackle more difficult issues, like in the titles Who’s Bleeding and Who’s not Sleeping. With Photowall's wide array of Comic Arts posters, this segment will appeal to kids and adults. Fågels hus, for example, will not just enchant the children, but can also make for a cool piece of art in the living room or the office. As this animation is very colourful and not too complicated, Comic Arts posters of this nature are also ideal for a toddler's room, soothing them with a bright image.