What Edge Options Do You Have for Canvas Wraps?
Classic Wrap = Part of the image will wrap onto the edges of the canvas.
Mirrored Wrap = Reflection of the image onto edges.
Blurred Wrap = Continuation of colors closest to edge with a soft effect.
Color Wraps = Use the eye drop tool or hex wheel to select a solid color.
How Durable Are Your Canvas Wraps?
We use only premium quality materials for our Canvas Wraps. Our canvas and inks are formulated to work together to provide the highest quality, longest lasting product available. We have our own in-house UV test chamber and we continually test our materials to ensure that color will stand the test of time and last as long as or longer than any other canvas prints available.
How Do I Hang My Canvas?
Your canvas comes with pre-installed hanging hardware. If you need to install wire hanging hardware for gallery installation, we recommend ordering a Traditionally-Stretched Canvas Wrap to easily screw in D-rings and install wire. We cannot be held responsible for changes or enhancements that you make to your canvas. Canvases that have been damaged through the addition of hanging hardware are not eligible for return or replacement. Do not install a wire hanging kit by attaching the wire to the pre-installed sawtooth hanger on the Solid-Faced Canvas Wrap.
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Traditionally Stretched Canvas Wraps comes with a metal keyhole bracket installed on the backside of the stretcher bar with hardware shown below to easily nail into the wall. Each canvas comes with instructions on how to hang.
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What Should I Use to Sign My Canvas Wrap?
If you'd like to sign your canvas, we recommend Copic markers, or other pigment ink based markers available at art specialty stores.
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How Can I Clean My Canvas?