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Image Orientation  
Depending  on  what  kind  of  mounting  device,  or  wall­hanging  hardware  our  products  have,  images  have  to  be 
positioned in a certain way.  For example, the mounting device for canvas  wraps is installed on top of the wrap and 
on  its left  side. So in order to print your image correctly, the top side of your image should be turned upwards or to 
the left. 

In the table below, you will find the orientation requirements per product: 
Acrylic Prints 

The top of the image should be turned upwards. 
Image should be submitted in landscape orientation. 

Canvas Wraps, Canvas Minis 

The top of the image should be turned upwards or to 
the left. Image should be submitted in landscape 

Framed Canvases 

The top of the image should be turned upwards or to 
the left. Image should be submitted in landscape 

Framed Prints 

The top of the image should be turned upwards or to 
the left. Image should be submitted in landscape 
orientation. (Portrait Framed prints can be mounted 
that way only if it is obvious that the image should be 
mounted as a portrait. If the image is abstract, it will 
be mounted as landscape.) 

Flat and Folded Cards 

For portrait cards ­ Image should be uploaded as a 
portrait with the top turned upwards. 
For landscape cards ­ Image should be uploaded as a 
landscape with the top turned upwards. 

Posters, Canvas Posters 

T­Shirts, Hoodies 


No required orientation. 
The top of the image should be turned upwards or to 
the left. Image should be submitted in landscape 
The top of the image should be turned upwards. 
Image should be submitted in portrait orientation. 

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