This looks great on the shelf, mounted in a frame or simply hanging on the wall. The .stl is 255mm x 177mm x 10mm, so you will want to scale down X and Y to fit your print bed, and adjust Z for thickness (the print in the photos is 190mm x 132mm x 1.2mm).
I have also attached the Simplify3D .factory file for the print shown in the photos.
.3mm, 2 top, 2 bottom, 2 perimeters
I recommend enabling the "Allow gap fill when necessary" setting in Simplify3D or you will have gaps between many of the thinner walls.
Downloaded .jpg image from Google
Used Gimp to: 1) fuzzy select the black areas of image, 2) create path, 3) export path to .svg file
Import .svg into Autodesk Fusion 360 as sketch, extrude 10mm, select body and "Save as STL".
I know using Fusion 360 for this is probably overkill, but I like the level of control Fusion 360 gives me when creating the extruded object v. a lack of control when using other "2D-to-3D" tools (like Shapeways').