Fathead 92-92011 Death Star II Wall Graphic

Fathead Wall Graphics

SKU: FH-92-92011

Fathead 92-92011 Death Star II Wall Graphic

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This striking Star Wars Death Star graphic will capture attention and set a mood in any galaxy. The Fathead Death Star Wall Graphic features include:

  • Dimensions: 4'2"W x 4'2"H
  • This Star Wars Death Star mural is huge, but also stays up on its own because of a low-tac adhesive that won't damage your walls.
  • Fathead wall graphics are big action images that you stick on any smooth surface.
  • With its large scale and high-definition reproduction, this Death Star Fathead is larger and more durable than wallpaper or decals.
  • You can move them and reuse them because they are safe for walls.
  • A fathead can transform a room in less time and at a lower cost than painting or wallpapering.
  • Your Fathead comes with free separate smaller images (made of the same material.)
  • Makes a great gift.

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About the Death Star

Death Star II: Within three years of the Death Star's demise, the Galactic Empire again proved its evil nature with the construction of a second Death Star in a remote region of space. Fortuntely for the galaxy, it was never completed. Word of its construction was spread through the Rebel ranks by Bothan spies. The Alliance was able to pinpoint the exact location of the Death Star's construction and mount a pre-emptive maneuver to destroy the station. The leaked information was all a ruse. The scheming Emperor Palpatine engineered the Rebellion's discovery of the Death Star in the hopes of trapping the growing Rebel fleet. The second Death Star would not be as vulnerable as the Rebels believed. The second Death Star was not a complete sphere. Though much of the battle station's recognizable shape was visible, there were huge sections of exposed superstructure and visible skeleton. To protect the half-completed and immobile station during its construction, the Empire projected an immense deflector shield from the nearby forest moon of Endor. The shield was strong enough to protect any breach from both capital and starfighter-class ships. The second Death Star's size ballooned to about 900 kilometers in diameter, far larger than the original, and featured a superlaser of greater power. Not only could this prime weapon deliver a more devastating blast, but it could fire more often and with greater accuracy.

Fathead Wall Graphics adhere well to smooth, indoor surfaces.

Recommended Surfaces:

  • Smooth Walls
  • Painted Drywall
  • Glass
  • Metal
  • Sanded Wood (without lacquer)
  • Inside, temperature controlled environments

NOT Recommended Surfaces:

  • Freshly painted walls. Wait 30 days after painting before you put up your Fathead.
  • Textured Walls
  • Unpainted drywall
  • Brick
  • Cinder Block
  • Porous, textured paneling
  • Outside, non-temperature controlled environments

A quality Fathead creative wall graphic.

Preview the easy installation instructions here.

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Watch this installation video.