Introducing Medium, Large, and Extra-Large Sticker Sizes
You now have even more ways to cover your things with much cooler looking things.
In addition to our classic 3 x 4″(76 x 101mm) stickers, we’re adding stickers that can go as large as 5.5 x 5.5″(140 x 140mm), 8.5 x 8.5″(216 x 216mm), and 14 x 14″ (356 x 356mm) sizes. Or medium, large, and extra-large, if you hate numbers.
While you’ve always been able to stick art all over any wall your evil heart desired, our larger sizes now make it so you can use stickers as properly-sized wall art. So they should make vandalizing any local bathroom a breeze*.
Here are the details:
- Removable, individually die-cut vinyl
- Ideal for smooth flat surfaces like laptops, journals, windows, walls etc.
- 1/8th” (3.2mm) white border around each design
For artists, the dimensions of the files you’ll need to upload are:
- 3 x 4″ (76.2 x 101.6mm) = 450 x 600px
- 5.5 x 5.5″ (139.7 x 139.7mm) = 1100 x 1100px
- 8.5 x 8.5″ (215.9 x 215.9mm) = 1700 x 1700px
- 14 x 14″(355.6 x 355.6mm) = 2800 x 2800px
Files should be PNGs with a resolution of 200 DPI. Each sticker will have a 1/8th” (3.2mm) white border around the designs.
To make sure your designs fit all the available sizes, we recommend uploading works that hit 2800 x 2800 px, then you’ll be covered across the board. You always want your files to be too big rather than too small. If the sticker designs that are currently available in your shops do not meet the minimum size requirements for medium, large, and extra-large, then those options will not be available unless you upload new file sizes.
When we launch new products like these it’s always great to think about how you can design new work to suit the format as that’s always the best way to ensure everything in your shop looks the best it can. New products mean new opportunities.
Visit your shop to check out how your current work looks on our new sticker sizes and be sure to upload some new stuff as well.
For more info on managing your products, visit our FAQ. For tips on designing and promoting your work, check out this very blog.
*Please don’t do this.