When I made my presentation post last week I mentioned my photowall at home and was asked to show it so I figured I should show how it looks. Sorry for the lousy picture but I think you get the idea. Basically you paint a wall with a paint containting particles of iron (or other material that magnets will stick on). It's a thick paint, usually very dark, so it may be difficult to use this on a white wall without having to paint many layers of light paint on top of it. Once this is done you need to find suitable magnets. Normal fridge magnets are not strong enough but Neodymium magnets, easily found on Ebay, works great. The smallest I use are 5x5x5mm cubes but they work better on smaller prints. They are quite cheap though so you can always use many of them! Once this is done it's just to arrange your prints and fasten them using the magnets. Now I just need to order some new prints and replace some of last years. Even if it's now simpler to hang up prints (no need to find frames) one still need to select and print them...!