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L’Anatomie Poster

It seems many of you love the poster I have in my dining room. A human anatomy print, in French.

It reminds me of something my favourite TV family (The Addams Family) would have in their home. Don’t you think?

Well here’s the thing, it’s actually wrapping paper, with a perfectly fitting Ikea frame and mount surrounding it (Mossebo in white- possibly discontinued). The frame and mounting elevates it to something that is easily mistaken for a vintage educational poster.

I have one to giveaway!

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Please note this prize doesn’t include the frame.

The winner will receive the poster (70cm x 50cm) inside a tube.

All you need to do to enter is comment below, tell me why you want this poster and where you’d place it in your home.

I’m going to leave this open for entry until 27th December (midnight) 2018.

If you aren’t the lucky winner and feel you can’t live without this poster then you can always buy it from here.

UK entrants only, please!



T’s & C’s

  • Open to UK residents only.
  • I will contact you via email if you win, so please use one that you check regularly.
  • Closes 27th December 2019.
  • I will not be using your contact details for anything else, but if you do want to join my mailing list you can do so here.
  • This giveaway is my own thing and not affiliated with anyone.
  • Winner will be chosen at random and the prize as pictured above will be posted to you. Frame not included.

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  1. Claire Browne

    I am so excited by this post and would *love* to win as I have been coveting the large print of this for a few years but only found it as a print and costing £80+. If I don’t win, I’ll definitely be getting the wrapping paper – thank you for this awesome hack! x x

    1. Sarah

      I’m currently doing over my bedroom so this would DEFFO take pride of place above my bed. I have a love all things slightly medical (when it comes to decor) and if it errs on the side of the macabre I am all over it like a rash. *grabby hands*

  2. Solange

    I feel that this poster really catches the eye and would be a catalyst for conversation. I’d place it in my living room.

  3. Lyndsey

    I absolutely love this poster, im a radiography student so I love all things skeletal, this would have pride of place in my living room

  4. Allan Wilson

    I’ve always loved this poster and it would be perfect for our dining room where we have gone for the quirky look.

  5. Serena La Pietra

    My friends come to me with their aliments as I have picked up a lot medical knowledge along the way, this would fit right in and bring a smile to their faces for sure.

  6. Caroline Signey

    I’d like this to put in my son’s room he’s very interested in the human body, I’m hoping I have a future dr on my hands!

  7. Jo Orr

    Oh I love it! We like the macabre and it’s nice to have something unsual to look at! Perfect for our downstairs loo!!!

  8. Louise Heaton

    This is amazing-It reminds me of my high school days when I took human biology as one of my subjects with thoughts on working in the ambulance service.

  9. champaklal Lad

    This would be great to have just from a medical point of view, looking at the bone structure but also great for singing this bone connects to that bone, that bone connects to the other bone etc…..

  10. Sharon Williams

    I love this it would be perfect for our downstairs study which is full of eclectic posters and wall stickers. It makes it unique.

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