MyPix2Canvas: Gallery-Wrapped Canvas Prints
Turn your digital photos into works of art in three simple steps
- Digital photos are printed on museum-grade canvas and sealed with a protective coating
- Prints are wrapped on high-quality, kiln-dried fir stretcher bars
- Edge options include Over Wrap (image wraps around the edge), Mirror Wrap and Multi-Color Wrap
- Images can be printed in full color, sepia tone or black & white
- Easy to use design studio to enhance photos before printing
- Free image color correction, red-eye removal, and date stamp removal
- Advanced editing options can be done at an additional cost
Available at: MyPix2Canvas.com
Price: From $31.80 (8” x 10”) to $352.11 (40” x 60”)
Printing Your Canvas
All canvas prints are not created equally, and MyPix2Canvas prints have the best color DNA on the planet. When compared to the typical competitive canvas print, a MyPix2Canvas print has blacker blacks and a larger tonal range from the highlights to the shadow areas of your photo. This adds greater depth and dimension to your image. You”ll also notice bolder colors that are more true to your digital original. This means photographs to canvas where nothing is lost and everything gained in terms of jaw-dropping impact.
We don‘t cut corners at MyPix2Canvas. We follow the true giclee fine art printing process using environmentally friendly aqueous-based pigmented inks, and we will not move to a less expensive solvent-based printing process as some of our competitors have done. After your canvas is printed, we take the extra step to apply a UV coating that protects your canvas from color fading.
We understand the importance of value in today‘s economy, so we‘ve brought professional quality canvas prints to you at a surprisingly affordable price.
Building Your Canvas
The great care and precision we take in printing your canvas is duplicated in the process of building your canvas. Similar to how some of the best furniture is assembled, we use a tongue and groove process to join the corners of the canvas support bars and reinforce them with corrugated staples. This means a sturdier frame that stands up against expansion and shrinkage from seasonal climate changes, keeping your canvas looking as good as the day you received it.