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World Cup 2014 Wall Chart Featuring Ronaldo, Messi, Neymar, Suarez And Others

world cup 2014 wall chart 600x423 World Cup 2014 Wall Chart Featuring Ronaldo, Messi, Neymar, Suarez And Others

Two of the many great traditions of World Cup tournaments are (1) collecting Panini World Cup stickers, and (2) posting World Cup Wall Charts on your wall at home or in your office/cubicle. While the Panini stickers have already hit the streets, the first World Cup Wall Chart is now available.

The poster includes Neymar, Messi, C. Ronaldo, Xavi, Ozil, Gerrard, Balotelli, Hazard, Y.Toure, Vidal, Pogba and Suarez. As well as Brazilian legends Jairzinho, Ronaldo, Pele, Romario and Garrincha.

Click on the above image for an enlarged view of the wall chart.

The beautiful World Cup wall chart is created by designer Cat Forbes, a talented artist who lives in Brixton, England.

You can purchase the World Cup Wall Chart via Etsy. The limited edition prints are made to order. And if you use coupon code “WORLDCUPSPECIAL” between now and May 12, 2014, you’ll receive free shipping — which is ideal especially if you want to wall chart shipped outside the UK.

Follow the artist on Twitter @cat_forbes3.


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