The Kindle of Visual Art

The Kindle of Visual Art

Gone are the days when your walls were lurking for a beautiful painting and you were scared that it would burn a hole in your pocket. The Meural is a digital canvas, which you can hang on your walls and it would display high-resolution pictures, paintings, and videos. You can also customize and put up your own artwork. Right now they have more than 20,000+ artworks ready for displaying and this 32”x21”x1.5” canvas device has a unique feather touch technology where one may even change multiple display images with a single slide.


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