July 12, 2022
The distinction between art prints and canvas prints lies primarily in the material used for the print. Art prints typically utilize paper material, while canvas prints, as their name suggests, are printed on canvas. This leads to noticeable differences in texture and thickness between the two types of prints. Despite these differences, both types share a common goal: to reproduce original artwork with fidelity and quality. The Stackhouse uses state-of-the-art printing techniques to provide custom giclee canvas paintings and art prints that meet high museum-quality standards.