Though rubber-banding a photograph to a roly-poly super ball increases its utility, its picture quality plummets after playing just a few rounds of fetch. Put a photo in a durable place with today's Groupon: for $45, you get one 16"x20" thick (1.5") gallery-wrapped canvas from Canvas on Demand (a $126.95 value). Shipping and handling are included with the cost of this Groupon.
A wrapped canvas is a professional photorealistic reproduction printed on textured artist canvas and gallery wrapped around a sturdy 1.5" edge. Upload your desired image and pass it off to Canvas on Demand's image touch-up experts. They'll make complimentary fixes, such as improving sharpness, balancing and enhancing the color, fine-tuning contrast, and removing suspiciously red eyes, before reproducing your image on a 16"x20" canvas. Customers can also opt to mail in traditional prints; Canvas on Demand's image magicians will make a high-resolution scan and return originals by mail—unless they're baby photos, which are returned via stork.
With a wrap-around canvas, your new art will have a colorful edge, and it won't need a frame. About a week from receipt of your initial submission, you'll have your gallery-canvas print in hand, ready to hang with pride above any lonely fireplace in need of a non-imaginary friend.
This Groupon is available for redemption starting October 30. Tax included.
- To me good customer service will trump a bad product everytime, but a good product will never overcome bad customer service. With Canvas on Demand both were outstanding. I could not be happier with my canvas. – Scott, Weekly Photography Tips
- There are few enough companies that meet my expectations for service. There are even fewer that surpass them...but to blow them away? That's extremely rare and that's exactly what CoD did. – Gary C., Facebook
Canvas on Demand
Canvas on Demand, backed by celebrity spokesperson Ty Pennington, transfers photos onto gallery-ready canvases. Different display options allow clients to divide one photo over three panels or group a series of photo canvases in one of 12 wall configurations. A pixel-painting option digitally modifies images, lending them the swirling texture of traditional oil paintings.