• Is a canvas print better than a paper print?

It depends on what you are looking for in a print and how you plan to use it. Here are a few differences between canvas prints and paper prints to consider:

Material: Canvas prints are made by printing an image onto canvas material, which is typically made of cotton or polyester. Paper prints, on the other hand, are printed on paper, which can be made of a variety of materials including cotton, wood pulp, or synthetic fibers.

Durability: Canvas prints are generally more durable than paper prints because the canvas material is more resistant to tearing and fading. This makes them a good choice for prints that will be displayed for long periods of time or in areas with high levels of humidity or sunlight.

Look and feel: Canvas prints have a more tactile, textured feel than paper prints, which can give them a more artistic or professional look. Paper prints, on the other hand, tend to have a smoother, more refined look.

Cost: Canvas prints can be more expensive than paper prints, but this can vary depending on the size and quality of the print.

Ultimately, the choice between a canvas print and a paper print comes down to personal preference and the intended use of the print. If you want a more durable, textured print with a more artistic look, a canvas print might be the right choice for you. If you prefer a smoother, more refined look and are looking for a more affordable option, a paper print might be a better choice.

  • What is a giclee print?

A giclée (pronounced "zhee-clay") print is a high-quality, digital print that is produced using an inkjet printer. The term "giclée" was coined in 1991 by printmaker Jack Duganne to describe a fine art digital print made on a special inkjet printer.

Giclée prints are made by spraying microscopic droplets of ink onto fine art papers or canvas, resulting in prints that are of the highest quality and have a long lifespan. They are often used to reproduce works of art, photographs, and other digital images. The use of high-quality inkjet printers and inks, along with archival-quality papers, ensures that giclée prints have excellent color accuracy and stability, and are resistant to fading and other forms of degradation over time.

Giclée prints are popular among artists, photographers, and other professionals who need to produce high-quality, archival-grade prints of their work. They are also becoming more popular among collectors and art buyers, as they provide a way to own high-quality reproductions of original works of art at a lower cost than the original piece.

  • What is a gallery-wrapped canvas print?

A gallery wrapped canvas print is a type of canvas print where the image is printed on canvas material and then stretched around a wooden frame, also known as a stretcher bar. The edges of the canvas are then wrapped around the back of the frame, so that the image extends to the sides of the frame. This gives the canvas print a clean, finished look that is ready to hang on the wall without the need for a frame. Gallery wrapped canvas prints are popular for displaying art and photography because they offer a modern, contemporary look and feel. They are also easy to care for and can be easily cleaned with a soft, dry cloth.