Hey guys! I'm super excited to release this new free printable! When designing it, I knew I wanted something large, bold, and minimalist, as well as something with a lot of white space. The result is this giant free download, Intersecting Triangles.
Art and frames are always so frustratingly expensive, that's why I started the free printable series. The best part about this piece is it only cost me $33 for the whole thing – printing and framing! For my place as shown in these photos, I printed it at 24″ x 36″. But, I've created two download options, the 24″ x 36″ JPG version and an infinitely scaleable vector version so you can print it as large as your heart desires! This would be a cool design to print on a $8 engineering print from Staples, just like we did for our Giant Map Print & Frame project. Check that link for more information.
I'm a huge fan of Costco printing. It's dirt cheap compared to competitors, and a lot of photographers use them because their quality is so high. My store only charges $14.99 for a large 24″ x 36″ poster print. You'll have to check with your local Costco to see what large poster sizes they offer, they don't all have the larger formats.
When going about creating one of these for myself, I always start backwards: I buy my frame first since it's the most expensive part, and then print the art to fit.
Probably 90% of my frames are all from Ikea. They have modern styles and are some of the most reasonably priced options around, even when you consider stores like Wal-Mart. This white frame is a part of the Ribba line, and this size rings up at only $17.99. There are multiple sizes and also come in black and gray. But specifically for this print, I like emphasizing the white of the design with the frame. A black frame would create too much of a harsh border for what I was envisioning when I designed it.
Simply download the file and have it printed locally. There are two options: For any size 24″ x 36″ and smaller you can download the JPG. If you want to create a version larger than that, download the PDF.
If you print it, I'd love to see a photo of how it turned out in the comments! 🙂