THE GUIDE

Here you'll find everything you need to know from downloading, printing to framing your digital artwork.  We've made it easier and more inexpensive for you to receive high quality and original artwork.

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WHAT IS A DIGITAL PRINT?

A digital print is the same as any art print you would buy from the store or gallery, what we've done is taken out the extra step of printing and shipping the product.  This saves costs which in turn make it more inexpensive for you to purchase, also you are able to choose where, when, and how you would like to print your artwork and even change out prints with the season.  The prices may be cheaper but the art remains the same high quality that professional artists use to print their work.  

HOW TO DOWNLOAD

After purchase you will be taken to a window that will have your file ready to download, we recommend doing so on a computer rather than your phone to avoid any problems.  You will also receive an email that contains a link to download the art file as well, note this link will only be available for 24 hours.

HOW TO PRINT

Once you have received your art file you are then instantly ready for print.  You can do this at any local print shop, online, or even from your home printer.  All art files are already set up for print, the only info you will need to give is the print size and preferred paper. 

PAPER?

The type of paper you should use depends on the style you are going for.  We recommend staying away from photo paper as it gives off a shiny/glossy finish, if you are to use photo paper we recommend using a satin or matte texture.  For a more vintage or authentic look we suggest using acid-free or non-coated art paper, giclée paper or even canvas.  Your local print shop will also have a matte cardstock which is more inexpensive than art paper and will also last a long time.  Your printer will also be able to answer any questions you may have about the printing process.

FRAMING?

You can find inexpensive frames anywhere from your local department store to vintage/second-hand shops.  You can also get your prints custom framed, this can be found by simply searching for a local framer in your area.