Seeing as fancy wallpaper is nowadays seen only in curry houses and ancient re-runs of George & Mildred, it can be difficult to spruce up your walls without making them look like a Llewelyn Bowen-style uglyfest. Indeed, unless you're into Playschool-chic, instantly transforming boring flat surfaces isn't as easy as comedy interior designers would have us believe. That's why we've been on the lookout for a quick, cool and uniquely Firebox-ish way to give walls a bit of wow-factor. And by the power of all that's pixellated, we've found one.
Blik Invaders are high-quality decals (stickers to you and us) in the shape of everyone's favourite retro invasion force. Simply place them on any flat surface in the home or office Â– wall, window, mirror, ceiling, table top or floor Â– peel off the backing and voila! You can arrange them together, apart, at weird angles Â– the possibilities are endless.
brighten up your office!
If you're a Space Invaders fan Â– and let's face it, who isn't? - you'll know just how ultra cool, retrotastic and iconic these blocky, crab-like creatures are. In fact, Blik Invaders are so hypnotic to look at, you'll never tire of their malevolent little faces. But on the off-chance that you do Â– fear not: Blix Invaders are as easy to remove as they are to put on.
Each pack contains all your favourite images from the granddaddy of videogames Â– the pointy-headed octopus-style invader from the top row, the one with the robotic arms that spawned a thousand playground impressions and the nasty little skull-like blighter from the bottom two rows. There's even a mother ship and missile launcher. And each decal comes with a colour-coded laser bolt, absolutely free!
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Blik Invaders are guaranteed to give your living space a seriously eye-catching edge, and we can assure you that guests will be gobsmacked by your graphical ingenuity and style Â– after all, it's not everyday you see an intergalactic invasion force depicted on a wall. So what are you waiting for? Get your space invaded asap! Altogether now, Dum, Dum, Dum, Dum!