It is imperative to know how to make a superior artist canvas in order to make a superior printable canvas.
Fredrix® is the world’s premier manufacturer of fine quality canvas products. Made in the USA with 150 years of experience, we manufacture a complete range of canvases for printing and painting. Fredrix® archival print canvas features the same superior quality that is found with our renowned Fredrix® artist canvas.
Coating that boasts brilliant colors and Dmax!
Formulated with an ink receptive coating that boasts brilliant colors and Dmax. The easily top coated surface and medium texture are perfectly suited for Fine Art reproductions, Giclees and more!
Fredrix is proud to be part of the Media Certification Program for HP Latex Inks
Fredrix is proud to be part of the Media Certification Program for HP Latex Inks and to offer our customers media that has been performance certified to take full advantage of its versatility and to provide peace-of-mind with third-party testing and certification done by an approved external agency.
A fine, quality Polyflax/cotton Canvas faced-coated for lithographic printing inks…
Compatible with Heidelberg®, Karat®, and other 4/6-color off-set presses. A fine, quality Polyflax/cotton Canvas faced-coated for lithographic printing inks, and back-coated to reduce lint buildup on printing blankets, minimize pickoff, aid in more consistent printer feed and to provide better print yield. Each sheet is individual inspected under special lighting to ensure print quality!
Excellent lay-flat characteristics!
Fine quality canvas for serigraph reproduction made of Fredrix Ultrasmooth Polyflax cotton or medium texture 901 Polyflax/Cotton. Excellent lay-flat characteristics and stable for multiple impress.
..add our clear Fredrix® Texture Gel and use acrylic or oil paints to enhance or highlight their prints!
A vast majority of prints are sold without any additional enhancements or texturizing. However, some publishers and artists add our clear Fredrix® Texture Gel and use acrylic or oil paints to enhance or highlight their prints. Through the use of different application techniques or by doing multiple coats you can vary the amount of texture and effect.