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  1. Messi Love
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Messi Love

A player who needs no introduction, Lionel Messi can do it all. The sublimely gifted forward has won the FIFA World Player of the Year numerous times.

This mini-size version of of the Barca forward makes it look like Messi is running off your wall. The Messi Fathead wall graphic is made of tough, tear and fade-resistant vinyl.

1'11" x 2'8"

Comes with seven additional separate mini graphics of Barcelona team badges, designs and more Messi love.

This Fathead wall graphic uses a low-tack adhesive and can be moved and removed from walls without damaging surfaces.


El goleador del Barcelona Lionel Messi es pieza fundamental del equipo catalán. Este afiche tamaño miniatura de Messi está hecho de vinilo resistente en alta resolución. Mide aproximadamente 1’11” por 2’8” y viene con siete mini gráficos separados del escu

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