And the Winner…

… of Posterific’s ‘Predict the World Cup Champions‘ contest is CLARENCE NG (xxxxxx – xx – 5285)!


Congratulations, Clarence, you are now entitled to a FREE poster of this year’s World Cup 2014 champions, Germany!


New Posters Announcement

Now let’s get down to business, shall we?

Posterific has just received another new batch of posters! Are you excited yet? We’ve got Game of ThronesRed Hot Chili PeppersMetallica, SpidermanHarley DavidsonAl Pacino in Scarface , Muhammad Ali, Bob Marley, and many more! These awesome posters will be making their way to our official Posterific Facebook page and very soon, you can start placing your orders again. Here are some of the new posters that we have for the moment:

Posters Collage

Stay tuned or go to our Facebook page for more exciting posters that will be heading your way!


The Final Showdown!

How do you feel so far about the 2014 World Cup competition?

Did your favourite teams go through as expected?

We did not expect Brazil to lose so badly to Germany. Neither did we expect Argentina to clip the wings of the Dutch by Argentinian goalkeeper Sergio Romero in the penalty shoot-out. But milk has been spilled and now the competition is coming to an end. The focus will be on the final match between Germany and Argentina. Who do you think will win?

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Germany vs Argentina in the 2014 FIFA World Cup finals by

The closing ceremony will take centre-stage with a performance by Colombian crooner Shakira of the World Cup theme song “La La La (Brazil 2014)”. Colombia may not have made it through to the finals but at least they will have Shakira as their representative. The “Hips Don’t Lie” singer is no stranger to football as she has a son with Spanish footballer Gerard Pique, whose country bowed out of the competition in the early rounds.

Germany and Argentina will be making their final preparations for the biggest game of their lives with their respective managers (Joachim Low and Alejandro Sabella) expecting no less from the two top guns. Both will be eager to make an impact with the roar of their supporters ringing in their ears, and the coveted trophy standing just a few steps away.

So near, yet so far…

Speaking of the trophy, the most recognized prize in the world of football will be housed in its tailor-made Louis Vitton travel case as commissioned specifically by FIFA in 2010. Fabio Cannavaro, the captain of Italy’s 2006 FIFA World Cup victory in South Africa, came onto the field to unveil the trophy, and raised excitement levels ahead of the match. This year, Puyol’s and Bundchen’s act of presenting the trophy will bring the Maracana crowd to their feet.

Did you know…?

… That retired Spanish central defender Carles Puyol and Brazilian model and Luis Vuitton brand ambassador Gisele Bundchen will unveil the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ trophy before the kick-off of the finals. The duo will display the trophy before the game at the Estadio Maracana on Sunday, July 13 (Monday, July 14, in Malaysia). The trophy will then be awarded to the World Cup champions later that evening in Rio de Janeiro.


Puyol (left) and Bundchen (right) to unveil the World Cup trophy before the final kick-off by

Predict the 2014 World Cup Champions and Win a FREE Poster!

Show your support for your favourite team by predicting the winner of the 2014 FIFA World Cup finals, and send your prediction to BEFORE 12:00am on Monday 14 July. One RANDOM winner with the correct prediction will be chosen and receive a FREE poster of the winning country. Please provide your full name, IC number, and mobile number in the email upon submitting your entry. You will be contacted if you are selected. Your delivery address will only be required AFTER you have been contacted.


Terms & Conditions:

1) This contest is opened only to Malaysian citizens.

2) Only ONE entry per IC number will be entertained. Multiple entries will be rejected.

3) The poster of the winning country received is NOT refundable.

4) The winner will be announced on the July 15, 2014.

Good luck, and all the best!


World Cup Finals

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2014 World Cup Draw: Complete Group-by-Group Bracket by Bleacher Report

The 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil kicks off on 12th June with an opening ceremony and ends with a bang on 13th July. 8 groups of 4 countries per group come to a total of 32 countries vying for the coveted World Cup trophy. For a whole month, fans will enjoy pulsating high-definition matches in two extreme weather conditions (heavy rain or blistering heat). Tempers will flare, rash tackles committed to snatch the ball away from their rivals, fake injuries, penalties and free-kicks are some aspects of a football match that pepper the field as two opposing countries fight for the ball to score as many goals as possible. Football fans come together during this footie-festive month, enjoying rounds of beer and cheer, and pray that their country will come out tops.

Inspiring the world and uniting football fans alike in this year’s 2014 World Cup held in Brazil!

Did you know? …

… That the trophy for the 2014 World Cup depicts three hands reaching up and coming together to hold the World Cup trophy? Yes, it is called ‘Inspiration’, and the yellow and green colours used on the trophy are actually the colours of the Brazilian flag! Interesting notion, isn’t it?

Matches played so far have disappointed many, yet gave reason to others for happiness. People will remember the 5-1 demolition that the Dutch subjected Spain to. Manchester United fans will savour the moment when former Arsenal striker Robin van Persie took flight to head in the first goal. Who could forget Costa Rica’s victory over Uruguay? What about the sweet victories for Germany (Thomas Muller’s inspiring hat-trick), France (Karim Benzema’s hat-trick), and Argentina (Lionel Messi’s wonder goal)? Brazil’s victory over Croatia was expected as they are the hosts of the competition and it would be embarrassing if they lost in the first round. It is embarrassing enough that Spain, former World Cup title holders, suffered a huge loss in their first round match against the Dutch (and a further loss to Chile meant Spain is out of the competition!).

But that’s not all! There are still more matches to come, bringing ever more shocks and surprises to the wide screen televisions of every household. Who will go home with the title and victory? Feeling the footie vibe yet? Who do you support? Which country would you like to win? How would you feel if the country of your choice did not get the chance to lift the trophy due to a misjudged error from the linesman? It is guaranteed to anger any fan, that’s for sure.


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But you can extend your moral support to your favourite countries by getting your posters from us (while stocks last). It may not be much but it’s the thought that counts. Find out more on our Facebook page or just drop us an email at