Where the Wild Things are printed

I always wondered what it would be like to get a poster of one of my photographs. I recently tried myprinting and what they have sent me exceeds my expectations. It certainly helps that I uploaded a high-quality, high-resolution image, sure, but it’s what they did with it that makes the print impressive. The paper (even the most inexpensive matte poster paper, which is what I ordered) is thick and durable. The finish is even and professional. Doesn’t seem prone to fingerprints and the finish/print doesn’t rub off. The colour looks fabulous.

I ordered a 70cm by 50cm poster print:

The detail is beautiful:

The poster came by DHL and was packed well in a triangular-shaped cardboard box. Care was taken to roll it with a sheet of plain paper for added protection.
The ordering process was quirky and not like a typical online shop experience, but if you’ve ordered custom goods from Spreadshirt or other similar printing places, you’ll stumble through it just fine. I’d like to see them work on the web experience (registration, more prominent prices, list the gsm with the dropdown options, and address area is clunky), but I cannot fault their print results.

A 70cm x 50cm matte poster will run you around £16.99 (vat included) and you can expect £6.99 for postage. Worth it.
They do far more than posters and I am considering a canvas print of one of my paintings next.

Wanna give them a try? They’ve given me a discount just for you:
15% off Photo Books, Canvases, Panel Prints (Acrylic, Aluminium, Foam-Core)
Voucher Code: FMB-RDR-15
Expires on: 30/04/2010
Discount on product value only, excludes delivery.

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Poster print provided for the purpose of review from myprinting.com
I have not been paid otherwise.

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