In the past, photo prints were done with a gigantic Polaroid, but they never developed properly because nobody was big enough to shake the massive canvases. Harness the power of the digital age with today’s Groupon for a photo-print reproduction on gallery-wrapped canvas from Picture It On Canvas, including shipping, handling, and tax. Choose from the following options:
- For $39, you get a 16”x20”x1.5” photo-print reproduction on gallery-wrapped canvas (a $110 value, plus $14.95 shipping; a $124.95 total value).
- For $45, you get an 18”x24”x1.5” photo-print reproduction on gallery-wrapped canvas (a $145 value, plus $14.95 shipping; a $159.95 total value).
- For $49, you get a 24”x30”x1.5” photo-print reproduction on gallery-wrapped canvas (a $178 value, plus $14.95 shipping; a $192.95 value).<p>
With a quick, electron-enabled visit to Picture It On Canvas’s product descriptions and a photon-carried look at its how-to template, customers can dive into the intersecting worlds of art, interior décor, and science. Snappers select a prize digital or analog photo from their archives and then use the online order form to begin the photomorphosis.
Picture It On Canvas’s canvases are made of archival-quality material, which is thicker, more durable, and less likely to get stuffed into a roommate’s back pocket and creased than the traditional photo-paper medium. Its thick-bar gallery wrap caresses the 1.5-inch-thick edges of pieces with a snug, canvasy embrace that’s suitable for hanging without a frame. Customers can consult the FAQs with questions about canvases or to help determine whether the clouds above their homes are the cumulus variety.
Picture It On Canvas
Picture It On Canvas has been turning photos into handcrafted works of art since 2007 from their headquarters in San Diego, California. The company takes customer-uploaded photographs and prints them on archival-quality material such as canvas, metal, and hand-chiseled slate, forging a durable keepsake for customers to hang on their walls or dangle from the grills of their automobiles. Buyers can also blend several images into a collage or divide one photograph into four color schemes with a kaleidoscopic piece of pop art.