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Stories on Walls

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The world’s first true online gallery experience, Stories on Walls, launches this week, bringing extraordinary, affordable exhibitions to fans by way of an advanced mini-documentary exhibition platform.

The site, www.storiesonwalls.com, targets fanbases directly through social media marketing, offering them engaging mini-documentaries that tell the stories behind iconic or even never before seen images.  Every image is available to purchase as limited edition, gallery quality prints, which can be shipped globally.

For the first time, viewers can experience virtual exhibitions as if they were really there without leaving the comfort of their home and having to fight crowds to look at work. Initially, the site will be home purely to photography, but the founders are keen to move into illustrated stories as soon as possible, as they believe the format works equally well with both mediums.

‘Our exhibitions are designed to be as entertaining and as visually exciting as possible and we can guarantee that you won’t need a degree in fine art to help you appreciate them,’ says Stories on Walls Founder, Geoff Gray. ‘The idea behind the site was to bring beautiful images to life by sharing the interesting stories behind them and to make that content easy for fans to find, enjoy and hopefully buy and retell to their friends.’

Works can be purchased framed or unframed and vary in price and edition number from exhibition to exhibition. More exhibitions are currently in development as the research team is continually on the hunt to uncover new stories or unearth rare back catalogs and unique archives.

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