from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A greatly enlarged photograph or series of photographs placed on a wall especially as decoration.
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- n. A large photograph (or series of photographs) used as a wall decoration
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Brooklyn had to settle for a contemporary "shield"—a brightly colored glass circle by Marcus Amerman, Choctaw, decorated with images inspired by Lakota warrior Rain-in-the-Face's magisterial buffalo-hide shield, shown in the large photomural on the opposite wall.
There were a ton of cool things in Dr. El-Baz's office, including a photomural of the space shuttle behind his desk and a cartouche with his name written out in hieroglyphics.
The big sepia photomural of the Fall River plant above the directory, across from the elevators, looked just the same.
An exhibit called "Faces of Texas City" will be a photomural of portraits from the past to current day.
The resulting photomural of the judges seated at a long table has a distinctly
The dominant design feature was a photomural of iconic Madrid buildings, which covered the wall behind the bed and the closet doors.
Others are just why-didn't-I-think-of-that simple, like using old CD jewel cases to create a photomural.
Rottet and Mayfield programmed in more downtime options in the corner gym, where a photomural of driftwood stretches across the ceiling.