An image printed to canvas material combines the inviting touch of a photograph with the depth of a traditional yet modern painting. The canvas print has a uniquely textured surface, which will enhance your printed image while integrating the feel of a canvas to create a distinctive piece of work.
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Our canvas prints are in either matte or gloss ink to high grade Glicée canvas and are professionally wrapped to 1 ½” wooden stretcher frames. These prints are available only in bleed style, which refers to the portion of the image extending past the edge of the print after it is produced. Another way to think of it is that the ink “bleeds” off of the edge of the print and wraps those edges. Our canvases are available to be printed in either matte or gloss UV Inkgel inks or up to 8 colors plus white UV ink printing. The canvas is then stretched across solid wood stretcher frames, which gives the piece 2 different depths. The photographic images are then wrapped to the back side of the stretcher board wood frames.
Matte Ink: A semi-gloss finish with no glare, and is resistant to smudges and residue left by fingerprints. However, it lacks the vibrant and lively effects that gloss ink provides. This type of ink works better with lighter or pastel colors as well as with designs that are heavier on text.
Gloss Ink: Shinier and smoother finish that makes the color pop more versus the matte ink. Heavy color coverage stands out more with this type of ink, especially when it comes to photo prints, and it gives more contrast between the colors.