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🎉 NEW: Photo Prints

Tookapic Retro Photo Prints!
Minimum order is just $9.80!

Good morning!

Great news! We have just launched photo printing service. You can now quickly order prints of your 365 project photos.

Mini Prints from Tookapic!

Square Prints from Tookapic

Photos are printed on 350gsm high quality paper, there are two sizes available:

  • Mini Prints: 5.5 x 8.5 cm ($0,35 per print)
  • Square Prints: 9 x 11 cm ($0,40 per print)

Your prints will be ready for shipping within a week from placing the order. We ship worldwide.

Questions? Some are answered here. Got more? Feel free to ask in the comments.



Magda Ko Order placed! Good I have created gallery, easy to find pictures among my 1300+

Artur Łobocki Ordered. A lot of fun with choosing pics and framing. I look forward to the final result.

Łukasz Brożek It looks great - almost like a polaroids. :D

Recently I reedited my favourite photos and some of them are not on tookapic. If it will be possible to make option to upload photos from hard drive and print them?

Paweł Kadysz Nope, sorry.

Magda Ko This was my idea as well, would be cool to print some more photos in such nice format

Hanna G. it is a pity that the format concerns a cardboard box and not a photo. All photos are square and mine are rectangular in 3: 2 format. Crop deprives the photo of all its charm and sense. It's a pity, but I probably won't use it.

Paweł Kadysz It is a pitty but I totally understand your point. Photos in books had to be cropped as well (and sometimes to a weird size). We find square to be the most universal format.

Hanna G. in the photobooks there was a possibility of rectangular photos but I would like to have prints of my photos so maybe I will try

120mr I hope that in the big photobook there will be place for rectangulars :) Those squares are nice to some pics and I'll definitely order cardboard prints.

Paweł Kadysz Great to hear that. Just to be clear - it's not "cardboard", it's 350gsm white paper. It's similar to what playing cards are made of.

120mr Ok! Cardboard was easier to write ;)