Win a Rolled Poster Print from! offers digital printing that uses low VOC soy and vegetable based inks and non-toxic water based AQ coatings. They also recycle all paper scraps, properly dispose of their leftover inks, and support ethical blogging, which is none too shabby. Their photo-quality poster printing service prints jobs up to 100,000 copies, offers sizes from 8.5"x11" up to 27"x39", and can turn your job around in 1 to 6 business days, depending on your needs, and they would like to extend a sample of this service to you.

When contacted me to see if I was interested in giving away an 18"x24" rolled poster print, I had to say YES!, because, as I've mentioned before, I really like giving stuff away, especially when the stuff I'm giving away is of good quality I can be proud to back. There is just something so satisfying about writing someone an e-mail that says Congratulations! You won this thing!

To be fully transparent, I am going to receive one of these fabulous poster prints as well as giving one away, and I am having a hard time deciding what I'm going to do with mine. On the one hand, I kind of want to print one of my photos from my camping trip this summer:

pie fry Jesus

On the other hand, I also kind of want to make some crazy, mash-up piece again like this:

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ENTER TO WIN an 18"x24" rolled poster print of one of your own images in one or both of the following ways:

In the comments on this entry, tell me what you will do with your print when you win one.

Write about this giveaway in an entry on your own weblog that links to both

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Enter both ways for two chances to win! Unless you don't live in the United States, because you must be a resident of the United States to win.

I will pick a winner at random using on Friday, September 26th.

So, what will you do with your rolled poster print? Will you print a photograph, a piece of art, or do you have some other creative use in mind?

UPDATE: And the winner is Alyson!

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