May 27

Big Prints

Our friends at Photojojo just shared this rad new product with us. For $25, you can turn any photo into a human-sized print! There are tons of fun things you could do with giant prints like this (remember these??) But if you need a little inspiration, they also have a bunch of creative ideas on their website.

Human-Sized Prints!Human-Sized Prints!

Photos from here


  • Karen says:

    These prints are basically blueprints, and available at any blueprinter (or called a reprographics shop nowadays). My family owns/operates a blueprint shop, and yes – I have LOTS of fun and take full advantage of my access to large format printers. The prints mentioned on this site are basically prints off a “blueprint” machine – so while they’re not super high quality, they are great for many applications. Support a local/family business by searching for a reprographics shop!

  • Amber says:

    Love this idea. Question: how come you don’t have a way to pin posts directly from your blog? It’d sure be a lot more convenient than copying and pasting every fabulous link

  • This is so cool, but does your photo have to be a certain pixel-size?

  • I saw this today and wondered why anyone not in a rural area would pay for this… since Staples charges $7 for the same print.

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  • Debbie says:

    Perfect! I love the palm trees!

  • Karen says:

    Thought I’d chime in on the question, re: pixel size. For us (a large-format printer), it’s more about the file itself being “full-size”. So if you want a 24×36 print, your PDF should be 24×36. (To see the sheet size of any given PDF, open the file in Adobe Reader, hover your mouse in the bottom-left corner of the screen, and the sheet size populates). Of course DPI (dots per inch) counts too – 72 is low (for most web-based applications), with 200 DPI being more ideal for large-format printing.

  • Sarah says:

    Oh, I would LOVE to do this with my photography. I’m so glad I saw this. <3


  • Kary says:

    We just did this with my son’s senior photo for his graduation party (and 5 other of his friends also taking part in the same party). The copies were $7 each at Staples. No need to pay $25 to Photojojo (much as I love Photojojo).

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