Pixesl.com has a category of products they call “Wall Art.” This category contains prints on paper, canvas, wood, acrylic, metal, etc.
When you order a paper print you can select the type of paper (it defaults to archival) and of course select size. Pixels prints on a paper that is one inch larger all around, so a mat does not hide the full image. Note that when you order your print you can select the type of paper (it defaults to archival) and of course size. On the far right of the paper name, you can click on a plus sign to see more detail about the type of paper. I provide the option (on the Pixel site) for customers to zoom in on any of my images check its detail/resolution prior to ordering. Get information about this option at: https://pixels.com/fullresolutionpreview.html. Furthermore, I am pleased saturation of color on paper prints. Note that Pixels has a 30-day refund policy.
Pixels.com ships their prints in a double box. Pixels first places a protective sheet of paper on the print that is 4 inches longer on each side then roll it up. They put the print in a roll (stuffing paper on each end of the roll). They then secure the roll in the flat box.
When opening the print, be careful not to pull the cover sheet and tear before removing all tape, because you will tear the print. Instead, remove all tape and then let the print roll open slowly.