Having one of Sweden's most popular cartoon characters of all time in your interior design can now become a reality. Photowall has put together a gorgeous collection of Bamse wall murRead moreals that will delight not only the children, but the young at heart as well. The word Bamse itself comes from a Scandinavian word for "bear" or "teddy bear", although Bamse can also be translated to giant, which would make it a misnomer since the character of Bamse is rather small in comparison. Just like Bamse wall murals, this Swedish children's comic is aimed at the very youngest readers which makes them the ideal decoration at home. The comic was created by Rune Andreasson, who did the all the artwork himself until 1975 and wrote all comics until 1990. As you can tell, Bamse already has quite a history, which translates well into Bamse wall murals because they give off nostalgia and present joy at the same time. You can also have alterations made to your selected motifs if they need adjustment for your planned interiors.

Basics in Bamse wall murals

This character started off as a half-page weekly cartoon all the way back in 1966. Even though it has been translated to all the Nordic languages, and had short runs in both Belgium and the Netherlands, Bamse never really took off in Great Britain. Bamse wall murals can change all that if you wish to do so. Family and friends will undoubtedly fall in love with the cute characters, great scenes and affable colours. This brown bear becomes the world's strongest bear by eating a type of honey called "dunderhonung", which literally translates to "thunder honey". Kids will love the concept of him basically being a bear Popeye from this point of view. Furthermore, this honey is especially prepared for him by his grandmother, adding another emotional note to Bamse wall murals. Seeing as Bamse is also the kindest bear in the world according to the cartoons, this would make for a great notion to have in a child's bedroom, play space or study area.

Supporting characters

Some say that the lead is only as good as its backup, and this interesting to consider when you look at Bamse wall murals. Even though the cast has gradually expanded as the series went on, the original trio always consists of Bamse the bear, Skalman the turtle and Lille Skutt the rabbit. You can see all of them in many of these Bamse wall murals. Skalman is a highly intelligent inventor and could be called the brains of the "operation". Funnily, this character really loves his sleep, as you can see in Bamse wall murals like "Bamse till sjöss". This fun and vibrant scene will delight any child and they will want to know more about these cute figures. The bear's best friend though is Lille Skutt who is a very fast but easily frightened rabbit. Check him out in Bamse wall murals such as "Bamse och Dunderklockan". Interestingly, despite the presence of a ferocious dragon, Lille Skutt does not seemed scared at all. This could be an inspiration for the young ones to have a Bamse wall mural in their space so they will be able to conquer their fear.

More Bamse wall murals

The Bamse wall mural "Ballongäventyr" arguably displays the main characters the best. You can see Bamse being the leader, a relaxed Skalman assessing the situation, and a quite timid Lille Skutt doing his best to just hold on. The moral compass of these characters is something that parents all over Scandinavia really appreciate. We can guarantee you will have the same sentiment when you put up Bamse wall murals. Your children will know that you really want them to have a wall decoration that means something but also entertains. "Bamse - Världens starkaste björn", for example, is such a wonderful scene with child-friendly colours, a familiar setting and these characters that your children will definitely come to love.
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