Back to School - LDS Art Prints & Posters
The summer months always fly by so quickly! Have you stocked up on school and dorm supplies yet?
What about the supplies that do more than hold pencils or store books? For this blog, we wanted to focus on one way to bring inspiration into the daily life of your hardworking student: posters.
Our LDS art repositional posters are easy to apply and easy to peel off without causing any damage to walls or leaving any hard-to-scrub stickiness to a school locker at the end of the year. Whether you are a student, a parent, or a seminary or institute teacher, meaningful images can enhance this next year with reminders of meaning and peace.
Let’s face it: school life is hectic. Between studies, extracurricular activities, socializing and adjusting to life changes, and employment, it is easy to lose sight of any sense of grander purpose. The tasks of daily life can become discouraging, especially during this time when the future feels so uncertain.
We hope these artistic posters, whether you keep them in your bedroom, your locker, your new dorm, or your classroom, weave hope and peace throughout the coming school year. They can remind you that Jesus Christ’s arms are open for all who choose to come to Him. And, like Him, we too can take new opportunities to increase “in wisdom and stature, and in favour with God and man” (Luke 2:52).
Locker Decor Posters
What better way to express yourself--and maybe even share your testimony of Jesus Christ--than an LDS art locker decor poster? Find a favorite piece of art that speaks to you or one that has helped you through a difficult time, and choose the perfect spot to display it in your new school locker.
That way, each time you open your locker, you can remember instances when you and God have already made it through difficult times. These new school year experiences will be no different. On happier days, your poster can also inspire gratitude and, in turn, help you notice ways to make another’s day brighter too.
Your dorm can be your home away from home: a welcoming haven to help you rest up, study, and prep for whatever the day throws at you. Dorm posters make a big difference in the atmosphere you create for your space.
LDS art dorm posters can invite a sense of warmth for both you and your roommates, especially if you share common beliefs. It may also provide an interesting conversation starter for guests, allowing you to express “the hope that is in you” (1 Peter 3:15).
A valuable part of education includes becoming exposed to a myriad of different ideas and mindsets. By surrounding yourself with reassuring reminders of your core beliefs, you can navigate all this new information and effectively add to the arsenal of knowledge you plan on taking with you after graduation.
Seminary or Institute Teacher Posters
Classroom posters help set the mood for your students, and quality art has a way of inviting us to step out of our current concern and focus on what the artist has chosen to portray. Create a peaceful environment for spiritual learning with your choice of LDS art classroom posters.
Our artists and photographers have created a wide variety of inspiring art intended to help others feel their Savior’s love and feel Heaven’s embrace. Because chances are, your students face many confusing challenges outside of your classroom; that comes with the territory of being a student. Create a haven where they can remember their worth as God’s children.
LDS Art Temple Art Posters
Are you looking for specific LDS temple art? We’ve got you covered. Our growing collection of LDS Temple posters have the same repositionable quality as our other posters. Thanks to the hard work of our photographers, we have a wide selection from which to choose.
Here are just a few examples of our artists’ stunning work. See our entire collection of posters to find a specific temple.
This blog does not include all of our LDS art posters. Peruse our entire poster collection to find the perfect piece for this school year. We wish you the very best with your aspirations and goals!
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