Blik was founded by architect Scott Flora and food writer Jerinne Neils in 2002 as the world's first removable wall graphics company. The duo came up with the idea for their company after debating between putting wallpaper or paint on a wall, and deciding that neither fit what they wanted. Blik was formed with the vision of offering people something new and fun in regard to home decorating. Blik's wall graphics have quickly exploded in popularity, as it seems that many of us are looking for new and unique (and less permanent!) ways to decorate our surroundings. Blik has collaborated with a number of other companies, including Threadless, Upper Playground, and Nintendo.