Van Gogh didn't think his buyers should have to hang up work done on thin sheets of paper that'll fold and bleed in weeks. Why would we?
The canvas has been the most reliable medium for visual for the last thousand years, and for good reason: it’s durable, affordable, and it holds the color and texture of our art better than anything else on the planet.
All of our canvas are acid free, archival quality giclee print process standard. We print to the industry-recognized standard of high-resolution, using a printing process that first became popular when digital artists began to sell large-format versions of fine art pieces that could suffer absolutely no loss of quality.
Our Canvas won't tear or rip. Canvas is extremely durable compared to paper print.
The colors and texturing on canvas art stand out and make for a bolder visual piece.
Canvas lets you focus on the power of the image you’ve chosen, not the inauthentic gloss sheen of paper.
The three-dimensional structure of the canvas itself naturally draws the eye.
Never damage your walls with heavy framing that adds nothing to the art.
Our canvas is built from US-sourced post-recycling material known as MDF.
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Each canvas is a demonstration of power & potential.
Mark Brazil is an entrepreneur in the truest sense of the word: he's been following his passion for building brands since he was a teenager, moving from party planning to direct sales to graphic novels and eventually into the fashion world. After numerous successes, he turned back to his interest in the visual arts and began to act as a brand manager for multiple artists, showing them how they could use the Internet to reach a vast new audience. One of these clients was his frequent collaborator Jeff Cole, whose Instagram page he helped grow to hundreds of thousands of followers, and the two decided to go into business together.
A Chicago kid through and through, Jeff learned the power of visual iconography early when he saw the effect that the Chicago Bulls logo could have on a stadium full of fans. By the time he was 11, he was designing T-shirts and phone cases and managed to balance his passion for art with a budding interest in entrepreneurship. This continued as he aged, and he eventually found himself as the lead graphic designer for a number of innovative start-ups. Eventually however, he began working with Mark, and over 7 years the two built up a close working relationship – when the time was right, they knew the next step was to strike out on their own. Together, the two realized that they could produce and distribute art that would change the world. And so, Ikonick was born
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