Print Service

 


Canvas Options Available

Shapes and Sizes
Canvas prints are available in a range of shapes and sizes. Some pictures are designed for square frames, some for rectangular frames (either wide or tall) and some for panoramic frames which we refer to as Long and Extra Long.

There are also a number of artworks layouts, which are intended to be purchased in sets, such as the triptychs (set of 3) or duos (set of 2). When hung side by side these sets can create an impressive display on any wall.
We can also split your photo or artwork into numerous canvases. If you require a specific size that you can’t see available on our website, please click here to send us an email.

Canvas Quality
The canvas material we use is made from a blend of strong man-made fibres. This means they are guaranteed not to deteriorate (unlike cotton canvas material which  deteriorate over time).
It is incredibly strong, does not sag in humid weather conditions and does not require restretching.
When printing artwork, the canvas material we use is textured to imitate a painted look, like oils and watercolours. For photographic work we use a finer grade of material to give a smooth look. All canvas used has UV block out properties so it is resistant to the sun’s UV rays.

Ink Quality
The highest quality UV resistant inks archival are used. Their archival properties mean they can last for up to 120 years before they begin to fade.

Frame Quality
Our frames are made out of kiln dried timber. They are carefully constructed with bevelled edges which prevents ghosting (ghosting occurs when you can see the frame faintly through the canvas).
We use strong corner supports especially on our large frames and use strong industrial glue as well as staples to secure the frame pieces together, which means your canvas will be strong and durable.

Printing Quality
The reproductions are printed on the latest state-of-the-art wide format commercial printers, which produce strong, sharp image quality and accurate colour reproduction.
The  printing process is heat supported, and it fixates the colours deeply into the canvas fibres producing a matte, clear image which is rich in colour.

Protection
When you receive your canvas we will provide you with Care Guidelines to help you care for your canvas.