Titanium Wall Mural from Komar Stories Mural Book by Brewster Wallcovering looks like hexagonal titanium rods of a reactor core or a kinetic honeycomb. The center is flat, while the rods project forward as they spread to the edges. This photographic mural is super realistic. Don't be surprised when people walk up to touch it. Make a great statement in your condo's elevator vestibule. A wall mural would be intriguing on the landing of a loft staircase. Bring an industrial vibe into your apartment living room. It's very masculine in a man cave. The mural could become gallery style art inside picture frame panels in the media room if separated and the order mixed. On the flip side, it could be the most dynamic ceiling you've ever seen. Above a chair rail on both sides of a hallway, this geometric mural will look like it's moving along side you. A teenage boy would definitely think you are the cool parents if you put this on his ceiling. It will draw people into your game room with it's magnetic personality. This mural would be fun in a science lab. It's absolutely perfect for a high school chemistry classroom. Techies would find it interesting in a shared work space. It certainly seems manly enough for an auto body waiting room. It has a kind of tile effect that would be great in a flooring showroom. The bold visual would be really captivating in a flower shop near colorful arrangements. Why wouldn't you use a honeycomb mural in your local boutique for honey and beeswax? Bring an edgy decor to your uptown hair salon or barber shop. Made in Germany by Komar and distributed in the United States as Stories Mural Book by Brewster Wallcovering. 2, 4, and 8 part murals are vinyl coated and washable.