The recent "Mac Wall" thread got me thinking about something I did a while back. I did this about a year and a half ago and don't think I ever posted it here. My inspiration came from another thread of someone here who did something similar. So let's take a look... First of all, the room started out a nasty dark blue color. We painted the whole room a nice medium gray before starting with the outline of the Apple logo. To get the logo on the wall I had some transparencies made with the Apple logo. I then borrowed a projector from our church's private school and projected the image up on the wall and traced the outline with a pencil. Then we simply started filling it in with glossy white paint. Keeping the strokes even with a smaller paint brush proved very difficult. So that we could get the evenness of a roller, I opted to use very, very small pieces of painters tape around the entire outline. By doing this, I was able to simulate the curvature and safely use a roller. And a close-up: And finally, the finished product: Overall, not too bad. I'm still not too happy with the left side. Outlining it with the small pieces of tape was extremely time consuming and I got in a hurry, and started using pieces of tape that were too big. As a result, that side looks a little bit more "blocky". But it's not super noticeable unless you are really looking for it. My setup doesn't look anything like that now though, as I don't have that Mini or the Cinema display anymore (I've now got a Core 2 Duo Mini and Dell 2209WA). I've also got an L-shaped desk now that's in the opposite corner. But I still love my Apple logo.