If you want to mount a picture of your favorite artist on the wall, but don't want to pick a frame or believe that it's too expensive, wrapped canvas is a perfect solution for you.
It would make your house look trendy and stylish. A picture is printed with pigmented ink by a specialized printer: ink enters canvas structure and retains its texture.
The stretcher is made of solid pine.
There are three kinds of wraps: standard wrap, museum wrap, and gallery wrap.
If you use a standard wrap, the image is centered and placed on the front while the four sides stay white.
Staples are placed on the sides and are visible to everyone.
That's why the frame is recommended for this wrap.
Museum wrap is similar to a standard one because the image is centered and placed in the front, but the four sides stay white.
The main difference is that staples are placed on the back, and a picture can be mounted without a frame.
Gallery wrap is a lot like museum wrap.
The image is centered, then wrapped around stretcher bars on all four sides, finally, specialist staples canvas to the back.
In this case, the frame may be unnecessary.