I’m preparing my first large-format poster (for the MathBio3 conference, here in Madison in two weeks). Previously, my posters had just been on a series of pieces of regular paper. (Consider, for example, this poster from September, 1998.) But no one does that anymore, and I don’t want to stand out as being archaic. That is, I want to pretend to be modern.
Not having a good sense of how this 1m x 1m poster is actually going to look, I used Acrobat to print it onto a bunch of pieces of paper (“Tile all pages” in the print dialog), which I then reassembled with scissors and tape.
It looks like it will be fine.
Maybe I should save the $50 or $100 and post the black-and-white, pasted-together version?