All of our stencil artwork is in PDF format. AND the artwork in that PDF is in vector, meaning you can scale it up to any size you need to print out. Any recent version of Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop or Acrobat will open the file.
Want to try a sample? Download the Stick’em Up stencil.
Some of our older stencils downloads came with several formats included in the combined .zip file, including Illustrator (.ai file), Adobe PDF (.pdf) and Silhouette Studio (.studio file …this is software for a their line of vinyl cutters). But since 2013, we moved to a straight-up Illustrator based PDF file, for simplicity and a smaller download.
Good question. This comes from Banksy’s official site:
You’re welcome to download whatever you wish from this site for personal use. However, making your own art or merchandise and passing it off as ‘official’ or authentic Banksy artwork is bad and very wrong.
(bah, this page disappeared a few months ago, maybe this is better.)
Absolutely. Send us an email with your payment receipt back to us and we’ll send you your money back, no fees, no questions. If you want to tell us why, then by all means, we want to know how to get better.
All stencils are $4. And we have some 10-packs for $30.
A. You can pay with Visa or Mastercard or Paypal. Clicking on the “Add To Cart” will put your selected stencil into your shopping cart, and you can checkout from there.
After your purchase is complete, we’ll send you email with a link to download your stencil(s). ALSO, immediately after the purchase you’ll be redirected to the same links to download. Your choice.
We’re working on some tutorials to do just that. But the short answer is there are several possibilities: Exacto-Knife, Soldering Iron, Vinyl Cutter etc.