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Uploading for the New Gallery Board

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We’ve just launched our new gallery boards. They’re perfect for your shelves, walls, or anywhere in the wild. The artwork is printed on firm, watercolour textured mat boards. Stick ’em on your wall, frame them, or lean on a mantle (casual style). No matter what you do, they look pretty.

Gallery boards will be available in standard sizes. This is the first time we have offered this on the site – everything else is ‘custom’. Giving consumers a standard size product enables them to find generic frames in retail stores, if they want a lower cost framing option to insert their product into.

If you’ve already enabled large scale artworks for other products, our system will find the closest ratio to make it available in the sizes that are offered for that ‘ratio set’  (this can be a tricky process so please do check your works).

Please note that some ratio sets have only 1 size applicable and some have 3 (see the table below) – you can review in the workpage what sizes have been automatically applied to existing art.

If you would like your work to be available in other sizes, follow the instructions How to Change the Ratio Guide.

A summary of the various ratios and size sets are as follows:

     Approximate aspect ratio     

   Minimum Pixel Dimensions  

   Gallery Board sizes covered (inches)   

1:1 (square)

3060 x 3060

6×6, 8×8, 10×10

1:1.25 (portrait)

3360 x 4260

8×10, 10×12, 11×14

1:1.25 (landscape)

4260 x 3360

10×8, 12×10, 14×11

1:1.4 (portrait)

1560 x 2160

5×7

1:1.4 (landscape)

2160 x 1560

7×5

1:1.5 (portrait)

1260 x 1860

4×6

1:1.5 (landscape)

1860 x 1260

6×4

'Little Collection' by Amy Hamilton

If you’re keen to get a bit more technical, you can download a photoshop template (with instructions) to adjust your artworks and perfect them for your Gallery Boards.

Important to note: When creating your files please keep in mind that the template includes a small bleed (approx 2.5mm each edge) which will be trimmed off as the product is finished. 

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