...and can also stretch it as a gallery style canvas wrap. Stretching includes spray coating it for beauty, protection, and to prevent cracking. A very popular option for an elegant and hip look. See a blog post about the process.
My canvas pictures came out amazing. There was obvious great time a care taken to produce such lovely pieces of "art". Having a photo mounted on a canvas is such a cool thing and Clear Image definately knows how to make them beautiful.
Gallery Wrap: A relatively modern look. The image is wrapped around the sides of the typically larger than traditional stretcher bar.
Canvas Wrap: An image stretched on wood stretcher bar, but with some kind of border
Stretched Canvas: Typically an original piece of art that is stretched to canvas with staples on the sides, ready for framing.
Museum Quality: This product is made with archival and high end materials with a coating for UV, dust, and moisture protection.
We use the finest canvas materials we can find (Breathing Color Lyve), as well as a coating made specifically for it using a High Pressure Spray system. Unlike the “cheap” canvas wraps you see around, Clear Image uses a fine art printer, not a production machine, for the best possible image.
Thank you for my beautiful photos. They are more amazing then I expected. I took them all around my office today to show the workmanship and everyone was impressed. They all wrote down your email address.
After being coated and hand stretched, these canvas wraps are near bullet proof and ready to hang with or without a frame! Rated for 150+ years…this is truly a lifetime product. Available in satin or gloss. 2-3 week turnaround.
* We can custom build almost any size!
Custom Sizes: (44” max)
$42.50 per square foot, with $100 minimum
Coated but not Stretched: $37.50 per square foot, with $50 minimum order.
What's the difference between us and the "other guys" that have such great pricing? Well, it's technical, but let's just say that we use a true fine art printer, which gives you superior color and clarity.
The easiest way to make a cheap canvas print, is to use a "solvent" printer which may have better ink longevity, but doesn't look nearly as good as a true fine art print, and to find the cheapest materials you can get your hands on.
We use the right equipment, which is more cumbersome, but the results are fantastic. We then coat the print using an HVLP gun, which increases longevity, protects from UV, dust, and moisture, and hand stretch the material on pine.
We use THE BEST fine art canvas and coating materials, and currently have the best fine art photography printer on the market - there is really no comparison between our canvases and the "cheap canvases" you see everywhere...they are very diffferent things. If you want a truly lifetime product, please visit us!
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