Save up to 55% on an A3, A2, A1 or A0 size canvas print stretched over a frame at Wild Art
- Save up to 55% on a canvas print
- Museum-grade sealant used to protect prints from light and dirt
- Wipe-clean maintenance
- Minimum recommended file sizes for print: A3: 1mb; A2: 2mb; A1: 3.5mb
- The art is in the colour, and colour matching by Jaques coupled with a state of the art printer that is second to none
- Ideal as a gift
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 021 851 6655 or email@example.com
- Images must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org along with pdf voucher
- Email queries to email@example.com
- Only issued and valid once deal closes
- Includes delivery in Somerset West area
- Average delivery cost in Cape Town area is a minimum of R52. Somerset West area is free. Delivery time is approximately 10 working days from receipt of photos
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- Groupon valid Monday to Saturday
- Terms & Conditions apply
- Quality of print depends on the quality of the picture
- Images to be supplied in JPEG format: one per email. one email per Groupon
Though sellotaping your photographs to a tennis-ball might greatly increase their artistic-value and utility, their quality starts to drop rapidly after the first few rounds of fetch with the neighbourhood poodle. Get the versatility and artistic merit without risking tooth-marks and save up to 55% on a canvas print from Wild Arts with one of these options:
- Pay R137.50 for an A3 canvas print stretched over a frame, valued at R275
- Pay R227.50 for an A2 canvas print stretched over a framet, valued at R455
- Pay R340 for an A1 canvas print stretched over a frame, valued at R680
- Pay R562.50 for an A0 canvas print stretched over a frame, valued at R1250
Though many people love to print out their photos so that everyone who visits can see them without having to peer over shoulders at a laptop screen, these post-card sized bits of sturdy paper are often stuck in shoe-boxes or cellophane photo-albums which are famously terrible at ruining photographs. Even if they’re pinned under last month’s grocery list on the fridge, they’re not ideally displayed – which is usually the point of printing them out.
Like the imitation Mona Lisa, complete with inked-on moustache you sometimes see in college dorms, a canvas print has all the pizazz of a painted portrait and that personal touch that just makes it so much better than stuffy Renaissance art. Whether it’s a snapshot of your nephew’s first birthday or an abstract fine-art shot of your nephews first teeth, printed with only the best inks on a thick, damage resistant canvas not only will it look better, but it’ll last practically forever. Protected with museum-grade sealant, the bright colours of your nephew’s babygrow are guaranteed not to fade to pastel. Not even the harsh UV of day or the dirt of a thousand sticky fingers will be able to damage your new piece of art and even if someone does lay sticky fingers on it, all it takes is a wipe-down with a damp cloth to get it clean again.
With only a few not-so-expert clicks of a button, a canvas print could be winging its way to your house and onto the feature wall you’ve been trying to create. The only difficult part of the process will be picking which photograph deserves to be immortalized on canvas. Whether you chose an A3 for the mantelpiece or an A1 so that even your neighbours will be able to see it from their living room, it’ll look better than any Michelangelo in its snazzy hardwood frame.
Sit back, send them an e-mail with your super awesome photograph attached and just tap your foot impatiently until your new artwork arrives.
Still-life Fact: A triptych of 17 different plates of pasta created by Lisa Gretchen Janiies recently won an award for being the worst collection of photographs to ever be printed on canvas. It has been made a part of the permanent collection at the British Museum of Suck.