Canvas Printing

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Canvas printing refers to the process of reproducing digital images or artwork onto canvas material. This method has gained popularity for creating art prints, photographs, and other visual display

Canvas Material:

  • Stretched Canvas: This is the most common type used for canvas printing. The canvas is stretched and stapled onto a wooden frame, creating a ready-to-hang piece of art.
  • Canvas Sheets/Rolls: Some printing services offer canvas sheets or rolls, allowing for more flexibility in choosing the size and framing options. These can be later mounted on stretcher bars or framed.


  • Canvas prints come in various sizes, ranging from small prints suitable for tabletop displays to large-format prints for wall art.
  • Consider the dimensions of the space where you plan to display the canvas print when choosing the size.
  • Common sizes include 8×10 inches, 16×20 inches, 24×36 inches, and larger.

Paper Quality:

  • Canvas printing doesn’t typically involve traditional paper; instead, it uses canvas material. However, the quality of the canvas itself is crucial.
  • Look for canvas with a high thread count for a smoother surface and better print quality.
  • Consider the weight of the canvas material. Heavier canvases are generally more durable and resistant to sagging.
  • Some canvases may have a specific texture, such as a fine or coarse weave, providing different aesthetic qualities to the final print.

Printing Technology:

  • Inkjet printing is the most common technology for canvas printing. High-quality pigment-based inks are used to ensure vibrant and long-lasting colors.
  • The number of ink cartridges in the printer can impact color accuracy and depth. Some printers use multiple cartridges for different color tones.


  • Many canvas prints receive a protective coating after printing. This coating can enhance the durability of the print, protect against UV rays, and provide a matte or glossy finish.
  • The coating also plays a role in preserving the colors and preventing fading over time.

Frame and Stretching:

  • Stretched canvas prints are usually stretched and stapled onto a wooden frame. The thickness of the stretcher bars can affect the appearance and stability of the print.
  • Some canvas prints may come framed or unframed, depending on personal preferences and the intended aesthetic.

Canvas printing offers a unique and visually appealing way to showcase digital images and artwork. Whether  for  personal enjoyment or commercial purposes, the process allows for customization and creativity in transforming ordinary images into stunning pieces of art suitable for a variety of settings.


Blue, Yellow, Pink

Paper stock

M, G

Paper Thickness

Standard, Premium, Premium plus


None, Spot UV


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