Print your artwork

If you want to print your NFTs you have 3 options.

1.Buy a print from the shop
2.Print it at home
3.Use a third party in your country (best option for those who have a little time and want to spend less money).

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Print your artwork at home

Producing a museum-quality art print requires a combination of the right tools, materials, and attention to detail. Here's a step-by-step guide for users aiming to achieve this standard:

How to Print Museum-Quality Art

  1. Preparation:
    • High-Resolution Image: Ensure your image is scanned or photographed at a resolution of at least 300dpi for the intended print size. This ensures clarity and detail.
    • Monitor Calibration: Calibrate your monitor using specialized tools to ensure color accuracy between the screen and the final print.
  2. Select the Appropriate Materials:
    • Paper Choice: Opt for acid-free, 100% cotton or rag giclée paper with a texture and finish that complements your artwork.
    • Ink: Use only archival-quality pigment inks which offer longevity and resistance against fading.
  3. Printer Setup:
    • Update Software: Ensure your printer's software and drivers are up to date.
    • Select Settings: In the printer settings, choose the highest quality option and select the correct paper type. Using custom color profiles can enhance accuracy.
    • Clean the Printer: Make sure the printer's interior is free of dust or any particles that might blemish the print.
  4. Printing Process:
    • Test First: Print a small section or scale version of your artwork. Adjust settings if necessary.
    • Keep Paper Flat: If your chosen paper comes rolled, flatten it under clean weights before printing.
    • Glove Handling: Wear lint-free cotton gloves when loading and handling the paper to avoid fingerprints or smudges.
  5. Post-Printing Care:
    • Dry Properly: Allow the print to dry completely before handling, usually for several hours or overnight.
    • Protection: Store the print in acid-free protective sleeves or tissue paper to protect from dust, light, and fingerprints.
    • UV Protection: If desired, use UV protective sprays to provide an extra layer of protection against sunlight.
  6. Framing and Display:
    • UV-Protective Glass: When framing, use UV protective glass or acrylic to prevent fading from light exposure.
    • Matting: If you're using mats, ensure they are acid-free to prevent any yellowing or damage to the artwork.
    • Environment: Hang the artwork away from direct sunlight, high humidity, or extreme temperature variations.
  7. Seek Expertise:
    • Consult Professionals: If unsure about any step, consult with a professional printing service. They often have insights into creating museum-quality prints and can sometimes produce superior results with their equipment.

Third party

There are a lot of services and studios, check your area or try a service like :

Printing files

Right now you can download the artwork from opensea. Don’t download the preview image because the quality is reduced.

Right click+ download image for a full resolution of the artwork. I will add soon all the ready to print files here to be directly downloaded from each collection.