Step 1. Take a really hi-res scan of some cool Jack Kirby art. Preferably from the 1970s.
(Cool though the above art is, it obviously doesn't qualify as a good hi-res scan.)
Step 2. Print the art out from a good color printer, tiled over several 11" x 17" pages.
Step 3. Mount the printouts on wood or heavy board.
Step 4. Hang the boards on your wall, leaving some space between the individual pieces.
Step 5. Bask in the awesomeness.
I should probably point out that I haven't actually tried this yet. I'm going through my Kirby art to see what would be the most cool to hang up.
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