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I am a Macoto fan, I really love his works and his drawings enchant me. I also love rococo period art. However I'm not much a fan of posters because of the damages it makes to the wall, and the picture itself when you try and tear it down. So I was wondering if It would be possible for me to frame the prints some way? I don't own any art books with Rococo paintings,  or any of Macoto's books, sadly. So I would most likely be taking the scans and having them blown up some where (Like Kinkos?) And then taking those blown up prints to be framed.
I want to know if this is possible? Has anyone else done this? How did it turn out? Thanks so much!
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On November 15th, 2007 07:12 pm (UTC), sarhaclembys commented:
This may or may not be an issue. But Kinko's my have a copyright fit and not enlarge the scans. Ask them, I may be wrong. Have you been to www.allposters.com? You can buy prints there & frame them. I don't know if they have Macoto prints, but they have lots of art prints available.
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On November 16th, 2007 08:38 am (UTC), lacrimawanders commented:
I would also suggest actually buying a poster/print of the image and then framing it...if you really want to tape stuff up, look at Utrecht or another art store for "art tape" - a really high quality masking tape. It sticks really well and comes off cleanly, even after a long period of time.

Most of my posters that I really like I just frame...there are framing stores (check the phone book) or arts and crafts stores that may have frame sections. Some places (including online) you can also order frames /with/ the poster.
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