Team Liquid has partnered with Displate to create custom-designed posters for its players, including one dedicated to its adorable horse mascot, Blue.
That said, Valorant fans will be making a beeline for the poster featuring headshot machine Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom, a legend in both CS:GO and Valorant.
Brought to life by an artist who goes by the handle artbynips on Twitter, ScreaM’s poster is lovingly illustrated in vivid color.
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ScreaM’s Displate poster draws inspiration from Raze
The poster appears heavily influenced by the Belgian star’s recent shenanigans on explosive duelist Raze, featuring Raze’s Paint Shells canister grenade in the foreground, painted over in Liquid blue and the team’s logo.
From the inner lining of ScreaM’s hoodie to his tinted glasses, the entire illustration is also suffused with orange tones, evoking Raze’s distinctive character design and color palette.
The poster is constructed from metal and mounted via magnets. The magnets attach to your wall via adhesives, so they are incredibly simple to install.
The Displate is available in three sizes — M, L, and XL — and either a matte or gloss finish. You can also choose the 3D-printed frame pattern, such as natural wood, graphite, white wood, and black wood.
The collection also includes posters of other Liquid players, including League of Legends icon Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg, Super Smash Bros. extraordinaire Juan “Hungrybox” Debiedma, former Limit Guild leader Max “Maximum” Smith, and Dota 2 streamer Max “qojqva” Bröcker.
Displate offers a wide range of metal posters, from video games and popular culture to more abstract designs. The Team Liquid collaboration joins its sprawling selection of posters, which feature franchises like Star Wars, Marvel, DC Comics, and more.
All six Liquid posters are available now and can be bought on Displate.
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