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CanvasPop: Print Your Photos On Canvas

October 18th, 2010 10:50 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

This past photo week I wanted to take a closer look at some photo printing options that broke the mold, as it were, and thought outside of the box. While the average photo sharing site offers a number of size and formats, including books and posters, I was wondering what there was out there for the artistically inclined DIYer without the wherewithal or ability to paint actual pictures. To that end I found myself at CanvasPop, a website dedicated to putting your photos onto canvas, thereby cutting out expensive middlemen like Pablo Picasso or Peter Paul Rubens.

CanvasPop and its decidedly strange sister site, DNA11 (more about that later), are all about large format photography. Prices max out at $419 for a 24×72 inch canvas picture on a 2.5-inch frame and start at $30 for an 8×10 unframed. You can add effects and filters and most photos will work, including cameraphone pictures. You can also split photos onto multiple canvases, thus allowing you to add a whole West Elm feel to your pictures.

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