It is sometimes tricky to understand all of the terminology we use on this site and we realise sometimes you may have questions. So, to help you, the following should answer most of your queries. If after reading this you have further questions, then please Contact us.
Gallery wrapping is the process that the finished print goes through in order to mount and stretch it onto the internal frame. The canvas is gently stretched by one of the few patented StretchMaster machines in the UK on all four sides and wrapped around the edges. Each print is then hand finished with each corner being carefully folded and tucked in to ensure that there are no unsightly edges.
Then, the canvas is fixed to the back of the frame all the way round and finished off neatly to hide all of the fixings. This ensures that the final print is as good to look at from the back as it is from the front! Finally, we put stretching wedges into all four corners to ensure the canvas is a tight as possible on the frame.
We only use the finest quality artists materials for all of our prints and this is complemented by HP Vivera Pigment based colour and lightfast inks, which are guaranteed fade resistant for a minimum of 200 years. This means all of our prints will outlast our customers!
We use only the finest possible canvas, ink and stretcher bars. And because we don't make any compromises, we can offer you a lifetime guarantee on all our products. We guarantee that
Of course! This is one of the most common requests that we get and we are more than happy to accommodate. The size of print that we can achieve from your image is completely dependent on the size and quality of your original file. For obvious reasons digital files are better but we are also happy to accept conventional photographic prints or flat artwork. As you can see from the image on the right, we can also take kids paintings and transfer those too! Please ensure that you have the copyright or permission from the owner for the image we are reproducing. If you would like this service, please visit the Your Image on Canvas page or contact us and we can give you all the advice you need.
Not a problem! Simply contact us with what you have in mind and we'll let you know the cost. We can accomodate most sizes within reason and if you want a 'Super Size' multiple print, where multiple canvas prints are used to make one large image for a very large wall or space, we can make this for you too. Why not give this a try, you will be surprised at how cost effective custom sizes can be.
We use Museum Quality Artists Stretcher Bars which are made of the finest quality kiln dried fir wood. Fir wood has the advantage of being very light, yet extremely hard wearing and not succeptable to warping like standard pine is prone to do from other suppliers.
Each bar features a rounded back edge which is designed to ensure that the canvas is always kept a full 1/2" above the stretcher bar to ensure that there can be no ghost impressions on the canvas. These stretcher bars also incorporate 'wedges' which are placed in each corner and allow the canvas to be stretched extremely tightly over the frame. It also allows the canvas to be restretched over time, which can be of particular importance on the larger sizes we offer.
Yes we do, and these can be purchased online in the same way as stretched prints. Buying unmounted or rolled prints to either display unframed or to mount and frame yourself, can be very cost effective. For our international customers, buying prints in an unmounted or rolled form is very useful as you can save substantially on shipping costs.
We supply hanging kits with all of our prints so putting them up on the wall is as easy as banging in a picture hook. No more messing around with screws and drills! The unique design of the CWH Canvas Hanger included in the kit, incorporates a cut-out which allows the print to be hung on a standard 2 pin picture hook (also supplied). Using these hangers ensures that the finished print is 'pulled' flush to the wall and results in a very secure fixing with minimum fuss.
Your order should take no more than 3-5 working days from the time you place it online, during busier periods and particularly in the festive season this can add a few more days to the lead time. We always try to deliver orders as quickly as possible but this is dependant on how busy we are and how fast our couriers can deliver! For specific information on our deliveries policy, please visit our Delivery page for full details.
In the UK including Northern Ireland, all orders are delivered COMPLETELY FREE!. Our delivery charges outside of the UK are designed to be as straight forward as possible and for more information on these, please visit our Delivery page for more details.
We accept all major Credit and Debit cards and use the UK's largest independent online Payment Gateway Protx in order to process our payments. If you would prefer not to enter your card details online, we can take orders and card payments over the telephone on Freephone 0800 756 9826. Alternatively, email us at email@example.com your order and we will call you back to take payment details.
We can take cheques, but we will need to ensure the cheque clears before we despatch your order. This can typically add another 7-10 days onto our delivery schedule. If you need to pay by cheque, please contact us to discuss the way to do it.
Always! Simply Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with some examples of your work and we can discuss the best ways we can help each other. Many of our featured artists and photographers have found working with us an excellent way to turn a hobby into a very rewarding experience.