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Thu Oct 30, 2014 7:10 pm

aldo wrote:Go big or go home.. anything less than a 30 x 40 type of size would not give the piece justice.
yeah...the bigger the better.
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Thu Oct 30, 2014 7:17 pm

Sign me up for giant Hugs from Esao.
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Thu Oct 30, 2014 7:17 pm

AK57BS wrote:Sign me up for giant Hugs from Esao.

Same. Wonder what the cost would be?
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Thu Oct 30, 2014 7:18 pm

It used to say THUGS but the T fell off.
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Thu Oct 30, 2014 7:21 pm

Oh I totally got the print wrong. Didn't know we were talking about this one.

Sign me up!
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Thu Oct 30, 2014 7:24 pm

aldo wrote:Go big or go home.. anything less than a 30 x 40 type of size would not give the piece justice.
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Thu Oct 30, 2014 7:30 pm

Going to take a look at the painting Saturday. :D
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Thu Oct 30, 2014 7:35 pm

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oinkoink wrote:A print of "Hugs, Etc." would be pretty amazing. Maybe something like 31"x26"?

In case anyone was wondering, this is the print in discussion:
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This is a great painting but the word HUGS ruins it for me. Reminds of those idiots with "Free hugs" signs at shows.
It's "Hugs etc..."

I'm in fo sho!
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Thu Oct 30, 2014 7:51 pm

I’d definitely be in for a print. No less than 30x40”, and would be happy to pay $150+ for it.
If it needs to be a larger print to preserve the detail, then raise the price to reflect that. Happy for the money to go to Esao.
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Thu Oct 30, 2014 7:56 pm

I think you're way off at $150+. Gypsies was $120 at 18x24. We're probably talking $300 minimum for something 30x40 or bigger with a small run..
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Thu Oct 30, 2014 7:57 pm

Scaled down to 50% it would have an image size of 39"x46.5". Add a border and round it to 40"x48". Gicleetoday has a quote of $90.29 ea on archival 290gsm for 50-99 copies. :hanging:


Scaled down to 37.5% it would be 29.25"x34.875" or 30"x36" with a border. More manageable of a size as we wouldn't need oversized shipping. Gicleetoday's price for 50-99 copies is $50.79 ea on the same paper.

Staticmedium would be a better bet for printing and photography but we gotta contact them for a quote.

To be honest there's going to be lost detail even at 50% :neutral:
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Thu Oct 30, 2014 7:58 pm

Yeah. I was thinking it'd cost like $500-600 all said and done. I do t think I'd want a $150 printing job on something that big.
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Thu Oct 30, 2014 8:00 pm

taylorph wrote:Scaled down to 50% it would have an image size of 39"x46.5". Add a border and round it to 40"x48". Gicleetoday has a quote of $90.29 ea on archival 290gsm for 50-99 copies. :hanging:


Scaled down to 37.5% it would be 29.25"x34.875" or 30"x36" with a border. More manageable of a size as we wouldn't need oversized shipping. Gicleetoday's price for 50-99 copies is $50.79 ea on the same paper.

Staticmedium would be a better bet for printing and photography but we gotta contact them for a quote.

To be honest there's going to be lost detail even at 50% :neutral:
It's actually 25%. Don't forget we're talking inches square, so a 2x2 (4 inches square) is 4 times smaller than a 4x4 (16 inches square).
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Thu Oct 30, 2014 8:02 pm

taylorph wrote:Scaled down to 50% it would have an image size of 39"x46.5". Add a border and round it to 40"x48". Gicleetoday has a quote of $90.29 ea on archival 290gsm for 50-99 copies. :hanging:


Scaled down to 37.5% it would be 29.25"x34.875" or 30"x36" with a border. More manageable of a size as we wouldn't need oversized shipping. Gicleetoday's price for 50-99 copies is $50.79 ea on the same paper.

Staticmedium would be a better bet for printing and photography but we gotta contact them for a quote.

To be honest there's going to be lost detail even at 50% :neutral:
Hm... it's worth the higher price point for the 40"x48", especially for this piece. Not sure how framing would go...
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