digital prints

Create instant artwork today.

A Digital Print is a downloadable file that you can print out at home or at a printing service of your choice.

As you are able to choose the printing service you wish to use, it is an incredibly cost-effective option for purchasing art.

Digital Prints are provided in JPEG format and are easy to download and print.

Each Digital Print purchase includes the following sizes: 5x7, 8x10, 9x12, 11x14, 12x1, 16x20 and 18x24.

If you require a size that is not included, please contact us prior to purchase at hello@shopoliveandoak.com to ensure the print can be resized to your desired dimensions.

Check out our step-by-step download instructions below!

Here are our top printing suggestions (and their best paper option) in Canada & the US:

Staples (65lb white cardstock)
Walgreens (matte photo paper)
mPix (giclée print on fine art paper)

Staples (65lb white cardstock)
London Drugs (bamboo paper)
Posterjack (fine-art paper)

If you are printing at home, we recommend printing on a matte cardstock for best results (bonus points if you can find a canvas or linen textured cardstock!).

If you are using an online printing service, we recommend printing on fine art paper or a heavy-weight, matte paper.

If you are confused about the best option to choose, please reach out to us for recommendations! We are always happy to help guide you through the download and printing process.

Custom sized files are provided as a complimentary service included with the purchase of any digital print.

If you are looking for a custom size, please be sure to contact us prior to purchase so that we can confirm that the file is able to be sized to your desired dimensions.

Custom size requests are completed within 48 hours.

Please contact us at hello@shopoliveandoak.com to submit a custom size request.


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When it comes to printing your digital artwork, which company should you choose? We compare four of the most popular printing services to help make your decision easier.

Step-by-step instructions

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