Pay R150 for an A4 canvas print at Total Signs, valued at R300 (Save 50%)
- Save 50% on your A4 canvas print
- Preserve your most precious images on a quality canvas print
- Protect your print with a block mount (included)
- Quality printing facilities
- Efficient service
- Ideal as a Christmas gift
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Ordering essential and subject to availability: 031 701 3118
- Groupon valid from Monday to Friday, 7:30 to 17:00
- Regrettably no poor quality pictures or non-digital photographs
- Turnaround time is 5-7 working days
- Only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation on printed Groupon(s)
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
- Terms & Conditions apply
Nostalgia strikes at the oddest times. Whether it’s an image of a seal pup with that agonizingly cute expression, a clumsy love letter from your high school sweetheart or a silly baby photo where your face is covered in ice cream and jelly – some things are just too precious to shove in the attic. Preserve your most precious prints and mount them on canvas with today’s Groupon: Pay R150 for an A4 canvas print at Total Signs.
A home without pictures is like Rudolph without his red nose – incomplete and not what you came to see. Since guests always take a sneaky look at the snaps on your wall, give them (and yourself) something to smile about by taking your favourite prints to the next level and immortalising them onto a quality canvas. Fancy frames are usually about as affordable as a golden back scratcher, and with the option get a canvas print – just as unnecessary. Instead of taking something away from your favourite snapshot with a bulky frame, breathe new life into them with the help of the pros at Total Signs.
After years of printing fine art canvases for professional photographers, the folk at Total Signs ought to be dubbed Durban’s connoisseurs of canvas printing. Using the highest grade of authentic art canvas and quality printing facilities, Total Locksmith and Signs will convert your image to black and white or sepia without any extra charges – immortalising your images while creating a timeless piece of art.
Arty fact: The world’s first animal photographer was a house-trained kangaroo named Wally-Woo who would steal his owner’s camera and sneak off into the night to take photos of the views inside an orange submarine or from on top of the Ferris wheel.