Alright duders, i'm curious (as always) of your personal stuff. This time it is about posters in your room. I have 3:
I don't think I've hung a poster in my room since 2006. I might hang the posters I'll end up with from various Kickstarters, but I'd have to frame them first or my wife will veto it. That said, when I was younger every square inch of wall was covered in posters, but mostly other bands and artistic stuff.
I gave up on posters after college, even ones that were framed. I buy paintings -- a couple in the living room, one in the bedroom, and one in the hallway. A few small pictures in the kitchen and bathroom. My place is pretty metrosexual, or whatever the new word for metrosexual is because metrosexual sounds very 2003.
If I had an extra room for an office/den/study, I'd maybe buy some posters to keep it casual, but nice ones. Not like the Matrix or Dragonball Z shit you buy at Spencer's or whatever.
Nope! Once you're married, you tend not to have posters and crap all over the place any more. I do have a pretty sweet poster of Robert Kirkman's Invincible next to the computer and a Frank Frazetta print in the living room though.
Edit: In my office at the university, I have a bunch of TF2 posters on the wall in front of my desk.
Yes mostly older horror movie posters, odd photos in black & white, a print of dogs playing poker along with some Scottish flags. Still need to go back to Detroit's museum website or hunt around online for Fuseli's Nightmare as a print to get as a poster assuming I can find room for it on a wall.
I would upload my images but the image uploader has never worked on my MacBook. I have six, though two are down because I'm moving out of my dorm in three days.
-Stanley Kubrick's "Clockwork Orange" (ostensibly based on the original American poster?)
I also have one more, although it's not on the net because it wasn't ever commercially released. If you remember the GameStop posters for Skyrim last holiday that had the ridiculous holiday borders, I managed to snag two of those as they were being cleared out of the shop. I cut off the ridiculous borders (along with the onslaught of logos at the bottom) and made posters for my buddy and I. Again, I'd upload the image, but it never seems to work from this computer, so maybe some other time.