applying wallpaper mural to sheet of plywood

I am purchasing a large wallpaper mural, and instead of applying it directly to the wall, I would like to put it on a sheet of plywood (for the purpose of easy removal and re-selling the mural someday).
I have no experience hanging wallpaper. Does anyone see a problem with applying a wallpaper mural to plywood (or MDF), if the surface is properly prepared and primed?
Also, does wallpaper have any flex to it once applied--I'm wondering if it would split if removed from the wall as the sheet of plywood is flexed?
Thanks!
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Even if you find or make the plywood as smooth as wallboard, the plywood will warp in a short time and your mural will look bad, and who will want to buy a mural on plywood anyway?

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