Canvas Wrap (1.5 inch Thickness)
Our high quality stretched canvas wraps are digitally printed at high resolution on semi-gloss canvas material. To ensure the highest quality and precision each canvas is carefully hand wrapped onto solid wood stretcher frame. Quickly transform your favorite picture into a piece of artwork.
Note: 16”x24”, 18”x24”, 24”x24”, 24”x36”, 24”x48”, 32”x48” now wrapped onto MDF stretcher frame.
For custom size frame order, please request Estimate. Custom size canvas comes mounted on 1.5” wide and 0.75” deep (thickness) frame which is made from precision-cut kiln dried fir wood.
- High resolution digitally printed at 720 x 720
- White semigloss artist canvas
- Solid wood stretcher frame
- Free hanging accessory kit included
Create your file in CMYK mode with a resolution of 300dpi.
If your file has been created in RGB or includes RGB objects, we recommend converting the file to CMYK.
For Mounted Canvas, create your artwork with the bleed of 1.75″ on each side.
Do not include bleeding or crop marks in your artwork.
Your artwork should reflect only what you need to be printed in the final product.
Before you upload your
artwork, be sure your artwork is sent in the same size or ratio as your order.
In order to provide you the fastest turn around, all artworks for Large Format products are sent directly to press.
We will not be responsible for any reprints if your file is sent in size ratio different than the measurements specified in your order.
If you need a decimal size or special size, you requested through our “Estimate” section.
If you are working with vector images (in programs like Adobe Illustrator), the final size artwork is not necessary unless you have placed photographs into your document. Then the above guidelines will apply.
All fonts should be converted to curves or outlines.
We suggest your files to be flatten or rasterized if possible to minimize the file size.
We accept the following file formats: EPS, TIF, PSD and PDF files.
JPG files are accepted, but they must be prepared properly (It’s strongly suggested that the JPG is created the closest size possible to the final print size).