Extra Large Canvas Prints In A Modern Chicago Apartment
A showcase of two contemporary art prints stretched personally by the client
Our happy customer Michael from Chicago (IL, USA), has sent us recently some pictures of his gorgeous modern apartment featuring two of Duealberi limited edition fine art Extra Large Canvas Prints. Both of them have really bright colors (blue and red) and contemporary designs, really suitable as wall art for a modern architecture style. Both prints are printed with the latest technology Epson printer on heavyweight museum quality cotton canvas 390 gsm, made in Italy, then numbered and handsigned personally by us. A.F. Duealberi, The Camel’s Journey 02 in dark blue and My new dress 01 in bright red color.
Our customer Michael ordered the art prints in 40×40 inches size which is the largest available size on canvas or paper. You probably know that we ship international from Italy so the large art prints come rolled in a sturdy tube in order to have the best possible shipping costs and avoid damage. Considering this, it is much more convenient to stretch and frame the canvas prints locally. Today we will show you how Michael has stretched himself the large art prints on canvas he ordered on beautiful and heavy wood bars.
He didn’t use any stretcher bar, he just ordered a quality frame. If the frame is perfect it will be easy, if uneven then the canvas will not be centered, shared with us Michael. Then you put two stables on one side and then two stables on the opposite side. This will hold it in place. Then you check to make sure it all centered. Then you do two stables on the 3 panel and then on the fourth panel. Then you go around and one by one pull slightly on the canvas over the frame and stable it. Then the corners and done.
Michael also said he chose to make the angles flat, not angled, to give a more contemporary look to the canvas art print.
Have a look at some images of Michael’s contemporary design home. We are very proud that he has chosen our art to put it together with some iconic design furniture pieces. We think that images talk more than words, so here is the result.
Here you see the already stretched prints ready to be hang on the walls.
We think Michael is very creative and the space is stunningly cool. What do you think?
Here you see the bright color better. Michael loved it very much. It is bold, trendy and modern. Perhaps you remember also our post about a client in Rhode Island that used the same red art print in her contemporary home. Both places are worth to be featured in an interior design magazine.