If you can't afford original art, an art print is a great compromise. But please, upgrade from the paper posters you had in high school. You can find beautiful Gicleé art to hang on those blank walls in many formats; on canvas or framed art paper. But be forewarned - not all art prints are Gicleé and not all Gicleé's are limited editions.
If you can afford it, try to buy signed limited edition prints. This means the artist numbers and signs each print and after the series is finished, that is the end of those sales. There is one original, and those prints. Finis. Lucky you if you bought one!
Find out more about the process and the differences here - and if you have more questions - ask me!
It's cheap. That's it. That's the only good thing I can say. Well to be charitable, they came in one piece so the shipper does a good job.
The stretching, the canvas, the printing and the mounts are all sub or non-standard. 0 out of 10.
Are you gifting? Selling? Care about your work? Then CANVASChamp is a bad choice. Their professional testimonials must be DIYers who don't know any better. Let me be specific for those of you who DO care, CANVAS champ is NOT for professionals.
Prints: Prints are OK, but not the best. At this writing the Epson and Canon printing shoots 12+inks and can do a much better job color matching and pulling darks out in more depth than CanvasChamps 8 color HP machine on 10 oz. canvas. But wait, there's more ... it gets much worse. Click read more for specifics.