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We have a wide range of sizes for all our standard canvas prints, so we can custom make a massive range of ideas. Triptychs and 4 panel canvases are the most popular but if you have any different, creative ideas we'll be more than happy to make it for you.
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Don’t be shy, it’s a whole new concept!
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Too many photos will result in very small images, so we will advise a maximum number of photos per product size. Contact us if unsure.
Sometimes one main photo doesn't do the trick: we need multi panels to really create an impression.
Here are some popular ideas for four panel canvas prints:
|Format||Over all size||Panel sizes|
|Square with quarters||60x60cm||4 panels 30x30cm|
|Square with quarters||80x80cm||4 panels 40x40cm|
|Square with quarters||100x100cm||4 panels 50x50cm|
|Square with quarters||160x160cm||4 panels 80x80cm|
|Square with quarters||200x200cm||4 panels 100x100cm|
The above are just some of the size treatments we can produce for you but there are plenty of other variations if you prefer to make a different shape or size.
Multi panel canvas prints. Your photo split onto separate canvas printed panels. Multi panel canvas art in a four way split or quad print. They come mirror wrap by default meaning if you butt them up together the image will be a perfect complete picture face-on.
It might not be the obvious thing to do with your photos, but its impact is demonstrably impressive, and this method of printing really does have the ability to transform any atmosphere in your home. There are so many different formats and sizes available for your multi panel canvas, so you can tell a great story through your photos. It is often the case that viewing a photo from one perspective means that whilst one gets a holistic sense of the picture, at the same time one lacks an understanding of its constituent parts. With this technique, however, the eye is drawn to and focused on a certain element of each photo, allowing for a more profound understanding of the photography skills involved and enhancing the impact of your photos.