I recommend using an acid free archival cardstock in a quality inkjet printer. The size and quality of the print will be dependent on the capabilities of your printer.
There are many websites that allow to upload the files provided and get prints delivered to your door!
LOCAL PRINT SHOP (RECOMMENDED)
Head down to your local print shop and have a chat with them about what options they offer that will give you the best results possible.
Once your payment has cleared, you will get access to all files to download. Some prints are jpegs or PDF files that are ready to be printed. Larger files and collections are compressed into zip files that will need to be extracted.
It’s likely that your printer will not be calibrated to your screen so colours and saturation may differ from the actual print. But to be honest the difference for most of my art will be minuscule because it’s black and white.
No. These downloads are for personal use only. You may not share or resell the digital file, and you may not sell prints of the art.
Purchase does not transfer rights. Copyright remains with the artist.
Smooth cardstock or heavyweight photo paper is best to achieve a crisp finish. I recommend going with a matte finish for art prints.
If you downloaded the files from a mobile device you might have to download extra software to extract the zips. I recommend downloading from a computer and extracting zips from there. You can then send the files to your mobile device.
To meet upload requirements sometimes it’s necessary to zip your files to give you the highest quality content.