The original artwork for ‘Appetite For Destruction’ was a stomach-turningly gruesome affair: an image based on the Robert Williams painting of the same title, that depicts a girl with her pants round her ankles, a robot rapist, and a metal avenging angel about to take revenge… But the band’s label, Geffen, had to whip up an alternative when several retailers refused to stock it. They settled for the famous cross and skulls design instead, with each skull representing one of the five members.
Creating this look in your room scheme is simple. Like standard wallpaper you can easily hang it yourself, or you may wish to use a professional. All our murals are digitally printed on 180gm paper to maximise the quality of the image.