Painted Wall

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Painted Wall

The exterior wall of a building (usually in a high traffic area) on which a person or company can place an advertisement in exchange for a fee. A painted wall is a common form of advertising for products likely to appeal to drivers or pedestrians, or to increase the visibility of companies in the immediate vicinity of the wall.
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Some of these painted walls reminded me somewhat of the tall van, plastered with fanciful bills and posters, that follows the bandwagon of a circus about a country village.
The existing Locker Room will receive new flooring and new painted walls.
I used FrogTape on walls I'd painted a month before, and there was no paint bleed and no damage to the already painted walls.
The converted garage, in dire need of TLC, was recently given a makeover by 28 volunteers who painted walls and used aerosols to create artwork.
Racks of vintage and new clothing line the gorgeously painted walls, and on low wooden tables, you can find stacks of finely woven Epice scarves and colorful Clare Vivier clutches.
The refurbishment includes the installation of 32-inch LCD TVs, new carpets, painted walls instead of wallpaper, re-upholstered furniture, universal power sockets located above the writing table, new beds and linens, new hair dryers, improved bathroom lighting and AC grills and additional room lighting.
It will include three exhibitions, Fresh Paint, Breaking Down the Wall, and Street Art: Contemporary Prints from London's Victoria and Albert Museum, which is a touring exhibition exploring the way street art has moved away from painted walls into other kinds of artwork.
Cleaning stains and dirt off painted walls will not leave any spots or affect the quality of the paint finishing.
Saturno's team found hieroglyphic symbols on painted walls and plaster fragments buried inside the remains of a pyramid at a Maya site called San Bartolo.
Freshly painted walls, dark woodwork, a window, a fireplace, and a single picture from the collection hung in each, replicated over and over again.
We used prints from famous Art Nouveau artists like Gustav Klimt and Aubrey Beardsley that are fairly bold, and these are complemented by the softer painted walls and furnishings.