“Motif is out to show that photos are back in season.”
What you need to know
- Apple-approved photo printing service Motif is back with new products.
- The company has just announced new photo canvas prints.
- It lets you turn your photos into artwork for your wall.
Apple-approved photo printing service Motif has today announced its new photo canvas prints product, letting users turn their photos into artwork on macOS and iOS.
In a press release the company stated:
Motif™, the Apple-approved personalized photo project app, today announced the launch of a new product offering, photo canvas prints, which allows Motif users to transform their photos into original art to display anywhere in their homes, offices, and more. Available on Motif for macOS and iOS, canvases can be simply made using a single image or a collage of images to suit every design need whether you’re looking to print a single image, fill your home with your original art or create a gallery wall. With gatherings such as family vacations, weddings, baby showers, and more on the horizon this summer, photo canvas prints provide the perfect way to display meaningful memories forever. Motif is out to show that photos are back in season.
The canvases can be created by simply choosing a picture from your Photos library, changing layout, canvas color, image effects, and more. You can even preview your canvas on a sample wall to see how it will look.
There are several different sizes of canvas that can be used horizontally and vertically, two edge style options and edge size options as well. Craig Bauer, Global Managing Director of Motif said “Canvas prints is the fastest growing print product in the marketplace right now, so we’re excited to introduce this new offering to our customers at a time when photos are back in season and making new memories is more meaningful than ever.”
Motif is a free app on the iOS App Store, and the new photo canvas options are available from $29.99.
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