Right, I need a poster printed on A0 size paper, but the tricky bit is that it needs to be perfectly to scale.
It's a vector image of paper sizes, so I need for example the A1 on the poster to be a perfect match to a real piece of A1 paper. It's to help me when visualising stuff (and I think it will look pretty cool on my wall).
EDIT: Sorry, my reading comprehension totally fails. What you're asking for is pretty basic I think, I bet Southampton University print shop ( http://www.soton.ac.uk/bcs/printcentre/index.html ) would be able to do what you wanted at a fairly reasonable price.
I made a game, it has penguins in it. It's pay what you like on Gumroad.
Currently Ebaying Nothing at all but I might do in the future.
Using Photoshop or Illustrator you could fairly simply set up an A0 sheet (or at least its printable area), then draw boxes the appropriate sizes for A1, etc ... (you just need to find the width & height measurements yourself and then mark it up).
EDIT: Being American I'm unfamiliar with A1 and A0 paper sizes. Is A0 some especially large format?
huh ... so that's an 841mm/31inch plotter you'll need.
Nobody makes printers that print single sheets that large. They make plotters, which feed paper off a roll ... you print up to whatever length you need and then run a razor across to chop off the unused paper.
Are you at University (or do you work for a university)? Many colleges and universities have printers that size either in a print lab or graphics design lab that students, faculty, and staff can use if they ask very very nicely. Also, print shops will probably be able to print posters for you for a (usually unreasonable) fee.
Lock away mod-types. Unless people really want to talk about paper sizes and plotters, which I doubt.
jesus christ (look at the monitor for scale)
That is brilliant. It's a 13-FOOT LONG DESKJET!
> turn on light
Good start to the day. Pity it's going to be the worst one of your life. The light is now on.