Canvas print, or stretched canvas or canvas art, is created when an image is printed right onto the canvas which is stretched, or gallery-wrapped, onto a frame and displayed. Right now, canvas print is a very popular alternative to framed artwork as there is no glazing required and the pine frame is not usually visible, so do not need to be varnished, or treated. Also with the popularity of digital photography, more and more individuals want to display their works in canvas prints. The procedure in making prints on canvas however started decades ago with offset printing. Since then printing on canvas developed until dye sublimation or inkjet print processes (often referred to as Repligraph and Giclée respectively) came into existence.
Right now, large format printers can print canvas that measure 60” or more allowing artists and photographers to print their works directly onto canvas media, with slow print speed settings available to ensure print quality is not diminished. The canvas print material is generally cotton, or a cheaper alternative plastic based poly canvas often used for the reproduction of photographic images. One of the distinct advantage that canvas print has, in showcasing artworks is its ability to be mass reproduced. So, if you are an artist or a photographer who want to spread your work far and wide, in a durable canvas for display in every home and office, for profit or otherwise, canvas printing is for you. With canvas print you adjust the size of your artwork to match your canvas and show as much detail as you want in your photograph.
So here in this article, we are sharing with you some interesting print canvas examples that you can look at to give you an idea as to how beautiful can they be. We hope that these items can help to kick-start the conversion of some of your photographic masterpieces into awesome wall display artworks. Happy viewing!
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