Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between Fine Art Canvas and Traditional Canvas?

Fine Art Canvas is inkjet printed directly onto canvas, Fine Art Premium Canvas is inkjet printed directly onto canvas and then either a matte or satin laminate is added for additional protection. For canvasses going into high traffic areas we recommend the Premium canvas with laminate. We use archival wide format inkjet Epson printers for this process. 
 
Traditional Canvas prints are produced on Kodak Endura silver halide paper. The photo emulsion is laminated with a satin finish, stripped away from its paper base and, under high pressure, bonded to museum quality artist’s canvas. Traditional canvas lends nicely to images with high contrast or lots of colour. 

Both canvasses look great, and neither one is necessarily "better" than the other. It just comes down to a matter of personal preference.