How To Turn Your Artwork Into Prints
Painting a painting is very difficult (we’ve tried!)
Printing copies of that painting for all your friends, family and fans is super easy.
See just how painters, illustrators and artists of all types are using Parabo to share their talent and their art with the world.
A classic look with Classic Print postcards
Simple, yet stunning Square Prints
@racheltironeart prints limited, numbered runs of her incredible paintings for her gallery shows, where @sarahecooperr prints her bright and bold illustrations and photos (and customizes them with a cute stamp!).
We love that both of these artists have a unique style and way they use Square Prints!
Make your Squares 3-D, too!
Extra, Extra! Art looks great on Newsprints
Your art is fine – print it on a Fine Art Print
If you’re not an artist yourself, try something like @graceindesign did. She found artwork she loved on Etsy, purchased it, and then printed it with Parabo for this giant gallery wall. Artwork featured on these prints is by Blossom Vintage Stock.
Make a collection of artworks to flip through
@Liztaylorcreative wrote a cute illustration and note for 100 days and put them in her child’s lunchbox. Since 100 post-it notes is a lot to keep track of, she used a Softcover Book to keep them archived for forever and ever – what a sweet project!
Print your kiddo’s artwork extra-big
Print a super size version of your art – or in @andrea.mclaren’s case – her kid’s art! This of her daughter’s hand print is just so adorable.
And now, it’s your turn!
Take some of these ideas and use them as inspiration when printing your own art. And, don’t forget to use #parabopress to share your Parabo photos with us – we’d love to see your style.
Looking a a billion (more or less) prints?
We have wholesale pricing for artists, corporate gifters and fans of just having tonso prints around. For more info, check out our wholesale page.