wall26 - Stick'Em Up Banksy Graffiti Artwork - Canvas Art Wall Decor - 12"x18"
Our canvases are a high grade hybrid of premium cotton and polyester, ensuring a beautifully finished canvas resistant to warping and distortions for years to come.
Canvases are wrapped and stretched on a 1.5" thick formaldehyde-free frames. Our frames are lightweight, sturdy, and professionally made in-house to the highest standards. They are resistant to warping from climate changes in your home. Certainly a professional touch to any room.
Your canvas will arrive stretched and wrapped on a frame, ready to liven up any room you place them, straight out of the box. Hanging kits are included with your canvas for your convenience.
We only use the most premium grade inks for your canvas art. Rated to be archival grade, the inks used on your canvas will last years without fading as well as best represent the original colors of your artwork.
From start to finish, your canvas is born in the USA. We start off with basic raw materials sourced from local small businesses and finish with a beautifully assembled canvas ready to be shipped. With the utmost attention to detail, we stand behind our products and look forward to you loving our work.
Regardless of handmade products or not, shipping should never take longer than 1 week. We pride ourselves in fast shipping so you can display your artwork as soon as possible. On average, our customers receive their orders in 2-3 business days, no matter where they're located in the United States.
Pleased with the brown and gray tones in it. Adds a bit of a rustic/earthy touch and I like that.
The sawtooth picture hangars that are provided are super easy to screw into the back of the frame. I just had a difficult time getting them completely straight Lol.
For the price I'm very happy with my purchase.
My only complaint is that the lines in the brick pattern aren't straight so it kind of makes the piece look crooked on the wall even after using a level to make sure it's not. I'm incredibly picky about that things like that, though, so it probably wouldn't bother most people.