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Choose your image of any size, resolution, or orientation. Use your computer or smartphone to upload directly to our canvas prints customization platform. From there our software will take you to the next stage: Customization.


Our software makes it easy by recommending the best fit for your picture. However, you may switch to one of our best selling sizes or enter your own custom size. Then choose from incredible options like frame depth and fun filters!


That’s all! We will take care of your order from here. The frame for your canvas print is custom made by hand, stretched to perfection, and packed with love. Before you know it, your photos on canvas will be at your door. That was easy, wasn’t it? 

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How Do We Offer Inexpensive Prices For High-Quality Canvas Prints?

How Do We Offer Inexpensive Prices For High-Quality Canvas Prints?

Every day at, we are working to provide the highest-quality Canvas Pictures available at an extremely affordable price. Whether you purchase a small or large canvas, at you will not receive a canvas print with faulty materials or dull color, rather you will receive a photo canvas print handcrafted with love and packed with deep colors.

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Discounts On Every Order

We are the only volume canvas printing service in the United States with a state-of-the-art UV InkJet KM-1 Press for our canvas prints. This allows us to print up to 20,000 canvases a day. This lightning-fast speed means we can apply large discounts to every single order. Meaning you get a personalized museum-quality canvas print for a wallet-friendly price.

American Made

Gone are the days where American made translates to more expensive. Due to our exclusive relationships with our material suppliers, we can offer canvas prints at unbeatable price points. Our custom cotton blended canvas material is made in Austin, TX. Our waterproof inks are made in Kentucky, and the wood for our custom in-house frame shop is sourced from the southern United States. Each canvas order is then printed and assembled by hand in Asheville, NC. 

Stellar Craftsmanship

Your canvas print order starts before it is sent off to our printers. Each photo is reviewed by our pre-press team, yes real humans, to ensure the best quality canvas print for your order. The canvas print is then sent to our high-tech printers where the photo prints are waterproof and UV treated to last a lifetime. Our framing team then handcrafts each frame to order before carefully stretching the canvas and shipping it right to your doorstep. We use only the best materials and you will never find cheap polyester canvas or water-based latex inks in our facility. 

We can provide this affordability by using our state-of-the-art technology and handcrafted materials. With nearly an infinite number of custom sizes available, we are able to provide the highest-quality photo canvas prints available at this price point. Whether you are on the hunt for a beautiful gallery wall, some art to spice up the office, or family portraits for the entire extended family, has you covered with high-quality canvas prints at an affordable price.We can provide this affordability by using our state-of-the-art technology and handcrafted materials. With nearly an infinite number of custom sizes available, we are able to provide the highest-quality photo canvas prints available at this price point. Whether you are on the hunt for a beautiful gallery wall, some art to spice up the office, or family portraits for the entire extended family, has you covered with high-quality canvas prints at an affordable price. Ready to order? Read How To Order Canvas Prints.

Advanced Automated Framing

What Is Advanced Automated Framing?

Fitting Pictures on Canvas to a frame is the make-or-break part of the canvas printing process. Advanced automated framing minimizes the opportunity for human error and perfectly stretches the canvas across the frame.

Methods of Canvas Stretching

There are two main methods of stretching canvas. Let’s dive in and examine each.

Advanced Automated Framing

Advanced automated framing uses a state of the art machine to evenly stretch a piece of canvas across a handmade frame. This allows the framing technician to ensure proper stapling and folds for a perfect final product.


Popular Automated Framing Machines:

  • Stretch Master
  • Gallery Stretcher

Advantages of Advanced Automated Framing:

  • Does not cause stress fractures in the canvas.
  • Custom sizes ranging from 10” to 64”.
  • Highly-accurate.
  • Mitigates miscuts.
  • Staple and stretch two sides at once.
  • Up to 80 canvases an hour.
  • Compatible with a variety of materials.

Disadvantages of Advanced Automated Framing:

  • Large footprint.
  • Only for professional needs.

Stretching By Hand

Stretching by hand is a more feasible option for home use. Although the outcome will not be on the same level as a professional-grade machine, this is acceptable for personal needs.

Popular Hand Stretching Kits:

  • Pro Dixie Canvas Kit
  • Wraptek Stretching Kit

Advantages of Stretching By Hand:

  • Budget-friendly
  • Easy to learn
  • Do it yourself

Disadvantages of Stretching By Hand:

  • Time-consuming process
  • May lose shape overtime
  • Prone to imperfections


Canvas stretching is an intricate process that requires high attention to detail. For commercial use, advanced automated framing is the only way to go. Advanced automated framing nearly eliminates human error and helps create a final canvas print full of longevity.

Custom In-House Frame Shop

What Is A Custom in-House Frame Shop?

For Canvas Pictures to be properly displayed, a custom frame is needed. Different canvas printing companies use a variety of materials to build these frames. Since frames are the backbone of a canvas print, each frame must be made with the highest-quality materials.

Wood Used in Custom In-House Frame Shops

Let’s touch on the different types of wood used to create a custom frame.

MDF Board

MDF stands for medium-density fibreboard. This material is an engineered wood product that uses high temperatures and pressure to combine wood particles, wax, and resin. This is what uses in their custom in-house frame shop.


Common MDF Boards:

  • Radius Edge MDF
  • Raw MDF

Advantages of MDF Board:

  • Strong and durable
  • Resistant to warping
  • Smooth - Does not puncture canvas
  • Easy to paint for desired carpentry needs
  • Makes for stellar DIY shelving and furniture
  • Perfect for moulding in farmhouse and modern styled interior designs
  • A latex, or oil-based paint, that is construction grade is generally recommended
  • Common Size: 1-in x 2-in x 8-ft

Disadvantages of MDF Board:

  • Heavier than particleboard

Pine Board

Pine board is used in the majority of custom in-house frame shops. Pine has a more natural look and is one solid piece of wood, rather than compressed particles.

Common Pine Boards:

  • Pine Common Board
  • Radiata Pine Board

Advantages of Pine Board:

  • Appearance is more natural
  • Lighter-weight

Disadvantages of Pine Board:

  • Prone to warping due to moisture
  • Bends from tension


When shopping for a canvas print, it is wise to inquire about the company's frame building process. The materials and construction of a canvas frame in a custom in-house frame shop determine if the canvas print will carry on your photographed memory for a few years or a lifetime.

Custom Blended Cotton

What Is Custom Cotton Blended Canvas?

When it comes down to it, you wouldn’t have a canvas print without the canvas. All of canvases are made right here in the USA.

Types of Canvas Used in Canvas Printing

The material and quality of the canvas play a big part in creating the perfect canvas print. There are two major categories of canvas material used in canvas printing. In this article, we will break down each kind. 

UV Canvas

UV Canvas helps bring images to life with clarity and sharp detail. This style of canvas is known for its color density.


Popular UV Canvas:

  • Breathing Color 
  • Roland Canvas

Advantages of UV Canvas:

  • High resolution
  • Highest in-class color density
  • Highest in-class Dmax
  • Smooth texture
  • Easy to stretch
  • Water-resistant
  • Scratch-resistant

Disadvantages of UV Canvas:

  • Only compatible with certain printers
  • Requires specific ink

Aqueous Canvas

Aqueous canvas is a canvas that must be used with water-based inks. These canvases can be great for art and photography but have their limitations when it comes to other applications.

Popular Aqueous Canvas:

  • Breathing Color
  • PremierArt

Advantages of Aqueous Canvas:

  • Ideal for large commercial projects
  • Bright white color
  • Competitive cost

Disadvantages of Aqueous Canvas:

  • Coarser texture
  • All polyester
  • Not guaranteed to be water-resistant


When choosing a canvas material to print on, many factors come into play. It is important to weigh these factors with your production means in order to create a top-level canvas print. Overall, UV canvas provides a medium for deep colors and impeccable resolution, while aqueous canvas offers a lower cost, optimized for large commercial use.


When you choose to print pictures on canvas with, we already have you covered, with our custom cotton blended canvas!

Water Proof Inks

What Is Waterproof Ink?

Sometimes life gets a little messy and your canvas prints need a little cleaning. Luckily, waterproof inks have you covered.

Types of Ink Used in Canvas Printing

The type of ink used for canvas prints can easily determine the quality of your canvas print. Let’s jump in and examine the most commonly used inks.

UV Curable Waterproof Inks

The color versatility of UV curable ink is unrivaled by nearly every other ink. During the canvas printing process, high-tech printers apply UV light rays to UV curable inks resulting in a chemical reaction that waterproofs the print.


Popular UV Curable Inks:

  • Kao Collins
  • Marabu Inks 

Advantages of UV Curable Inks:

  • Waterproof
  • Superior image quality
  • True Color
  • Compatible with a wide variety of materials
  • Quick to dry
  • Decreased fading over time
  • VOC Free

Disadvantages of UV Curable Inks:

  • Increased startup cost
  • Cannot dry without a curing printer

Water-Based Latex Inks

Latex inks are a widely used water-based ink that is seen as an environmentally-friendly substitute to solvent-based inks.

Popular Water-Based Latex Inks:

  • HP Latex Inks
  • Mimaki

Advantages of Water-Based Latex Inks:

  • Environmentally-friendly
  • Nickel-free
  • Competitive cost

Disadvantages of Water-Based Latex Inks:

  • Long drying process
  • Loses 40% of ink base when dried
  • Limited range of products suitable for latex printing


Inks are what make canvas prints pop! It is key that long-lasting and true color inks are used for canvas printing. UV curable waterproof inks prevail in high image quality and overall durability, resulting in a canvas print meant to last a lifetime.

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