This blockmount has been hanging in the kitchen, over the stove, for over 30 years. I still don't know the exact date of production, but its amazing to see how long lasting this process is.
At the time, blockmounting was now as fast and simple as today. Back in the day, the press was like a grill toaster and weight was applied on top to pressure the photo on to the wood.
Also the particular picture is a part of a wall mural. A very fashionable decoration in the 80's where pieces of posters made up one picture. Powdered glue was included in the package to mix with water and stick it to the wall, much like Wheat paste.
Blockmounting has been in Cyprus from the 80's. My father had a shop on Bouboulinas, under the old EAC (Electricity Authority Cyprus) called Mandala. His major work was on framing, but he used to blockmount at the same time.
I am a huge fan of Bethesda Softworks. Fallout series were the games that i followed and played as soon as they were released. Skyrim for me, was an epic success; Its sand box game play was brilliant. Fallout 4 on the other had, is possibly my favorite game so far.
I wanted an art piece of fallout 4 on my wall. Even though i love the power armor poster, i loved the Nuka Cola posters even more. I love their Coke implementation and i was always a fan of Pinup drawings. Next step is collecting the rest of the in game posters.