430 gsm Archival Matte Canvas
315 gsm Archival Velvet Rag Paper
335 gsm Archival Fibre Rag Photo Paper
2 inch border no printing in the border area
Two inch border area with a solid color
No Canvas Stretching
In inches, this should be the dimensions of the print area of your print.
This is the white border around your artwork, or the printed margin area for gallery and museum wraps (canvas only).
If you are printing on canvas you will need 2 to 2.5″ of margin for stretching.
In most cases this is for canvas only. If you order canvas, I WILL apply two gloss coats to the canvas. Not only does it protect the canvas, but it enhances the color. Unless you plan on embellishing or have a special reason not to coat canvas, I will insist on providing a final top coating.
UV Coating Fine Art papers:
In some cases artists will ask to have fine art papers UV coated, especially when reproducing acrylics on paper. Otherwise we do not coat our papers.
Paper/Canvas/Fabric/Metal etc. People often get confused, we have quite a few choices, and some that aren’t listed here. If you’re not sure what you want we can help.
I can stretch your canvas prints for you and have them ready to hang on your or your customer’s wall. I offer two different versions. 3/4″ stretcher bars, normally used when your are going to frame the artwork. 1 1/4″ stretcher bars when you are going to hang your artwork without a frame. Both versions come wired along with wall hangers. If you are going to frame the artwork we would normally not add color to the border. When you intend to hang your art without a frame your border needs to be printed with a solid color or the image extended around the edges for the stretcher bar.