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How do you create the image?
The image is actually a digital thermal image printed on the world’s highest grade canvas – a matte 20.5 mil bright white, consistent poly-cotton blend. While other art suppliers have been known to use very thin canvas, or even vinyl in some cases, we use only the finest quality canvas.
Where do the images comes from?
First, we search the globe for the best in modern canvas art. Then, we license these unique images for a limited print run. When you order from Urban Canvas Art, you receive a custom canvas, printed specifically for you. Our canvas prints are NOT mass produced, which allows us to personally oversee the quality of each piece before it leaves the production studio.
Will you be adding more art collections in the future?
Yes, exciting new collections are already in the works. Sign-up to receive advance notice.
Will the final canvas be an exact match to the image shown on my computer screen?
Different monitors produce different colour tones therefore colours may vary slightly.
Are custom sizes available?
For all custom orders please contact us.
Is the canvas finish matte, shiny, or textured?
All our canvases come in a designer-preferred matte finish. There is no hand-painted texture.
How do I hang my canvas art print?
Our canvas art prints come with factory-installed mounting hardware. Some of our art pieces come with the option to select the orientation of your choice: portrait or landscape.
What wrap and framing options do you offer?
Our framing options include .75-inch, 1.5-inch, and our impressive 2.5-inch gallery wrap, as well as black, white, or espresso wood frame.
Do you use lamination or varnish?
We’ve experimented extensively with both techniques. We only use the superior method of heat laminating over liquid varnishing techniques. The reason we use lamination is because it creates a superior, more durable and uniform matte finish compared to varnishing. It’s also far less susceptible to cracking and resists fading for over 100 years. Granted it’s more time consuming and more expensive (for us) to do it this way, but your art deserves nothing but the best.