EDIT: PLEASE READ! CANVAS ORDERS ARE CLOSED. SORRY BRAH'S. Ok guys, Here's the deal. By now, most of you know that my work gives me access to a stupid amount of photography equipment. This allows me to do stuff like print whatever I want, whenever I want. I LOVE doing canvas prints, and since I have run out of my own stuff to print, I'm throwing the offer out to OT. Details are as follows: I can print any size you want. Seriously. If you're not looking for a standard size, let me know and we'll sort out a price. The price i'm quoting you guys covers all of my costs + lunch money. I'm really not making bank off of you guys. So I'll have to price out the stretcher bars and such before giving you a price. Prices: 11x14 - $30 16x20 - $42 16x24 - $48 20x30 - $66 24x36 - $78 price jump for 20" prints and up is due to the jump I have to make to a larger size canvas roll, which is more expensive per foot. also, I charge you actual costs for packing materials and shipping. Can't give you an estimate for that until it goes, and I dont like giving false impressions, so I wont. It's not the cheapest thing ever though, because I pay retail for the materials, and ship through UPS at the UPS store... If you're going less than 20x30, along with your choice in size, you need to choose the size of the stretcher bars... The stretcher bars are the frame the canvas is stretched around. In the small sizes, you have 2 choices for your thicknesses - 1/2" and 2". this is the difference: thin (1/2") thick - 2" The process: From start to finish, the canvas goes through 3 major steps, which should give you an idea of the time frame you're looking at for me to finish and ship your canvas: step 1: resize/upsize, format, print - print must air dry for 24 hours to set. step 2: varnish - 3 coats of a semi matte acrylic varnish. makes print waterproof, fingerprint proof, crease resistant, UV protected, and scratch resistant. 4 hours dry between coats, 24 hours to cure before stretching. step 3: cutting/stretching - cutting off the extra canvas, then by hand, stretching and mounting the canvas. lots of measuring, stapling, pulling, etc. so it takes some time. I'm usually quick, but if I F something up, or something crazy comes up, well... disclaimer: I do this for fun. I would never, ever, ever send you something I wouldn't hang on my wall, and I did sell a decent amount of these prints at an art gallery, so i'm good, but i'm seriously not a professional company. I have no automatic tools, everything is by hand. so I've botched some staples, my corners aren't surgically flawless, and the back of the gallery wrap is better left against the wall where people can't see it. But thats why i'm charging what i'm charging. wow. this went long. IBallthatshit. sorry. PS - email me at [email protected] with requests or questions. my PM box here is always full.