I am trying to figure out the best medium (at a good intersection of cost and quality) for an approximately 10 ft x 10 ft print.
(This is for an exhibit that I'm putting on with my own budget. I'll likely mount this on some sort of large wooden wall)
I'm considering printing to canvas, or to a softer more easily transportable-material (rollable or foldable?).
Ideally, it would be one continuous piece of material... instead of taped together from smaller prints.
I am also considering custom wallpaper prints, such as large-format vinyl or "repositionable wallpaper" types - which run at between $500 and $800 for 10'x10'
If I'm printing through an online commercial printer, how can I pre-determine the quality and what it will look like on the material, before it's too late?
Any advice appreciated!
(This is related to - Cheap very large scale printing methods (wall sized, 10,000 square feet) - but on a smaller surface area, and also I am open to commercial printing alternatives.)