Where can I get a canvas print made?

Where can I get a canvas print made?

Our canvas prints are printed and stretched in Austin, Texas by our team of canvas professionals, and each one comes ready to hang with a classic semi-gloss finish. Just choose your canvas size and wrap thickness, upload your pictures or art, and choose your border for a personalized canvas print of your own.

How to create a non-photo canvas print?

The easiest way to create to create a non-photo canvas, that is a canvas print with just text and/ or embellishments, is to start by selecting a single photo design. You can find these in “Layouts” > “Photo Wrap”. From here you can remove the photo by clicking “Shuffle” and deleting the “Photo Here” section using the “trash” icon.

Which is the best canvas to print photos on?

Preserve your photo memories on the highest quality canvas available. Museum quality canvas. Our canvas prints are created using the highest quality materials. Archival-certified and OBA free, our 20.5mil bright white, consistent poly-cotton blend matte canvas features an acid-free, neutral pH coating without any additives or agents.

How is an image printed on a canvas?

A canvas print is your image printed with inkjet printers onto our high-quality archival canvas material. The canvas is then stretched, also known as gallery-wrapped, around an internal wooden frame allowing it to be visible from all sides.

Can you touch up a giclee canvas print?

Yes! Simply choose the “Touch Up” option from the Services tab and include the text, font, color, and placement in the textbox. Our designers will add it for you and send you a proof when it’s done so you can approve the design. What is a giclee canvas print?

What makes a canvas print last a lifetime?

Ensuring your memories last a lifetime. Every canvas print is coated with a protective, scratch-resistant UV laminate, so you don’t have to worry about damage or fading. Stretched by hand. You won’t find any machine-made prints here. Each and every canvas print is handcrafted right here in North America.