Why murals are the new (more affordable) alternative to artworks

Die-hard fans can decorate their rooms with iconic images of their favourite band or singer

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Do you worship at the feet of the Prince of Darkness? Do you have the moves like Jagger? Or maybe you’re daft for punk?

Die-hard music lovers can celebrate their love for Ozzy, Mick and Johnny with bespoke wallpaper and large scale murals featuring the iconic images associated with their beloved rock gods.

Rolling Stones Lips and Tongue - part of a collection of rock murals and wallpapers produced by Rock Roll

The Rolling Stones' Lips and Tongue

(Image: © Little Red Rooster, Rock Roll)

Camden-based company Rock Roll’s just-released range is the world’s first officially licensed repeat wallpaper and large-scale murals of album artwork from seminal recording artists.  

The Who's bullseye icon – part of a collection of rock murals and wallpapers produced by Rock Roll

The Who's bullseye

(Image: © Little Red Rooster, Rock Roll)

The company partnered with musicians from Black Sabbath, The Who, and Guns 'n’ Roses to The Rolling Stones, Bring Me the Horizon and The Sex Pistols, among others, to create high-quality music wallpapers featuring some of rock’s most famous cover art and logos.

Blck Sabbath - part of a collection of rock murals and wallpapers produced by Rock Roll

Black Sabbath

(Image: © Little Red Rooster, Rock Roll)

So you can have The Who’s bullseye, The Rolling Stones' lips and tongue, the Sex Pistols' Never Mind The B*****ks cover or Guns n’ Roses' Appetite for Destruction skulls and cross. Or maybe you’d like My Chemical Romance’s spider crawling down the wall? If you want to transform your music room, bedroom or living room into a shrine to Aladdin Sane, David Bowie artwork is coming soon. 

Queen – part of a collection of rock murals and wallpapers produced by Rock Roll

Queen

(Image: © Little Red Rooster, Rock Roll)

Rock Roll are a group of music enthusiasts who have worked with artists and record labels for years, so every design is approved by the musicians and their management. The wallpapers cost £70 per roll and the murals start from £250.