Handy dandy export tools

High-rez download

This is where you can enter in the hash of your Concord and download a high-rez version of the image, or SVG files which can be used to plot the image.

Image size is: 5,810px x 8,192px
Maximum print size: 19.6 x 27.5 inches, 50 x 70 cm

SVG download

You can download the SVG files here, it will attempt to download three files (so you may need to accept a multiple-downloads notification). They will be lines, circles and dots allowing you to plot them with different colours. Normally the lines and circles are black and the dots are red.

See printing instructions below for more information.

Select paper size (you can rescale afterwards).

License and usage

Both code and output is copyright; you may use the results for personal and display usage. You may not sell the results, mint them as NFTs, use the code to create NFTs and so on, and honestly, people will spot it and call you out on it. Don't be a dick.


I am not offering prints (or plots) yet, but here are my guidelines for getting your Concord printed.


Concord is designed to fit on standard A5/A4/A3/A2 paper sizes. If you wish to print borderless I suggest sticking with those standard sizes. If you have a frame with a mount then adjust your borders accordingly.

If you want a border and wish to stick with the standard A* sizes, then I would use the following sizes for A3, you can scale up and down for the other sizes.

Inches: 11.7" x 16.5" for borderless A3, or 9.7" x 13.7", with a 1" border on the top and sides, and a 1.9" border on the bottom.

Metric: 246mm x 347mm for borderless A3, or 246mm x 347mm, with a 25mm border on the top and sides, and a 48mm border on the bottom.


My paper suggestions are Canson Aquarella Rag or Hahnemühle German Etching. The Hahnemühle specifically for prints with a black background.


When finding a printer to print for you, I recommend going in this order...

  1. Find someone local
  2. Find someone local-ish online
  3. Order from The Print Space who shop globally

For 1 & 2 the questions to ask are "Does your printer use more than four ink cartridges?" and "Do you have Canson Aquarella or Hahnemühle paper?", if the answer is "yes" to both of those then you can probably trust them to do a good job.