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Can you spot the donkey and the elephant? 2016 Election wallpaper by givencampbell.com


June 9, 2016
By PRN NewsWire

TAMPA, Fla., June 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Given Campbell, award winning and globally renowned wallpaper designer launches the 2016 Election Wallpaper Collection, just in time to get your space ready for the much anticipated debate-watching parties and 2016 General Election.

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The innovative 2016 Election Wallpaper collection features her iconic kaleidoscopic design style which incorporates a specific object that symmetrically forms together to create an impactful over-all design. The collection incorporates her Democrat donkey, GOP-inspired elephant or a combination of the two. Sometimes it takes more than one glance to find the beloved animal, but once you do, you realize they are everywhere in the pattern.

If your house or organization is filled with proud card-carrying Democrats, you may want to opt for the smart and brave blue Democrat donkeys. If you are a committed straight-line ticket Republican, the strong and dignified red elephants may be your choice. And if your house occupies both parties or if you are still undecided, you are in luck, as this collection offers the “Divided House” design artistically blending both the Democrat donkey and GOP elephant in one pattern.

“We are so excited to launch this year’s 2016 Election Collection. Our 2012 Election Collection was well received and our customers have been pining for this election cycle’s designs. We have continued to use the traditional symbols of the donkey and elephant as the main design elements, while modernizing and “kaleidoscoping” their look. We are also happy to announce that once the President of the United States has been elected, I will design and roll out a limited 2016-2017 Victory Wallpaper design,” said Given Campbell.

The popularity of the donkey and elephant has been around since the 1800’s, created by cartoonist Thomas Nast. The Democratic donkey was first associated with Democrat Andrew Jackson’s 1828 campaign and the Republican elephant visual first appeared in 1874’s Harper’s Weekly.

Given Campbell is an award-winning wallpaper designer located in Tampa Florida, with all design and printing done in the United States. Given Campbell wallpaper has been featured on the cover of Target’s Club Wedd catalog and has been honored as a Tastemaker in House & Garden’s annual issue. In addition, her designBoxed Infor Wolf Gordon received a Best of Year Award from Interior Design Magazine.

For more details or to order a sample for framing, visit: www.givencampbell.com

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CONTACT: Felisa Insignares, 1-513-315-7025, felisainsignares@hotmail.com

Web site: http://www.givencampbell.com/