Where Will You Put Your Limited Edition Michael Jackson Lithograph?

Where Will You Put Your Limited Edition Michael Jackson Lithograph?

"In a white suit, as pure as his heart."

Are your commemorative Elvis plates looking rather old and dusty? Has your framed Ol' Blue Eyes memorial poster seen better days? Well, why not upgrade to a new tacky knick-knack memorializing a dead pop icon? After all, Michael Jackson just died.  Why not let his tragic death (and life) be your excuse to redecorate!

MJLitho.com has just what you're looking for:

Michael Jackson's profound impact on society and popular culture will undoubtedly last for decades. Jackson wanted to change the world, one song at a time. For many, he did. Now, own a lasting piece of history and keep his dreams alive with the new Michael Jackson Commemorative Lithograph from TeleBrands....

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You know you've had a profound impact on pop culture when, not even a month after your sudden death, someone is selling your image like a PedEgg. (The infomercial, which outlines how the "elegant" poster shows Michael in "a white suit as pure as his heart," can be found here.)

But the question remains, after slicing off part of your soul and giving it to ghouls (along with $10), where will you put your limited edition™ Michael Jackson lithograph?

In your personal Poster Petting Zoo?

Maybe in your ghosts n' roses room?

Of course, it would also look nice in your Michael Jackson reading room, which is the room where you sit and read about Michael Jackson (and only Michael Jackson).

Or you could put it in the Surface Of The Sun room, which is the room that you painted a retina-burning shade of bright orange for some reason. It'll distract from the color...maybe.

But perhaps it will look best in your MJ Mourning Corner, near the piano covered in candles.

Wherever you choose to place your lithograph(s), you can be sure that mourning has never been this tasteful. After all, you have a certificate of authenticity. For a death poster.   

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