Local libraries sometimes offer art prints for patrons to display in their home. Patrons can check out up to three prints for eight weeks at a time at the Ann Arbor District Library, according to its website. Its collection includes hundreds of prints and original pieces.
Students, faculty and staff at Berkley University have a similar option from the Graphic Arts Loan Collection at the Morrison Library, according to its website. Patrons can borrow up to two prints for the academic year. The collection includes framed lithographs, etchings and prints. Berkley began this program in 1958 as a part of the vision of Professor Herwin Schaefer, who believed living with original prints fostered an appreciation for art.