Peel & Stick posters are the perfect way to spice up your space. Not only do they offer a bold appearance with rich, vibrant colours and an exceptionally detailed image, but Peel & Stick posters are also incredibly convenient. Forget nails and tape, expensive frames and damaged walls; simply peel the backing off your poster and stick it…. anywhere!
Considering our Peel & Stick posters are easy to install, versatile, durable, and are completely customizable while maintaining superior printing quality, our Peel & Stick wall posters can take your decorating, gifts, or personal art to the next level!
Peel and Stick prints are easy to install and look great in any room. They are posters with an adhesive on the back and can be installed directly onto a large variety of surfaces.
High gloss is great for any print. The gloss helps bring out vibrant colors.
Matte paper reduces glare from lighting. Therefore it is ideal for areas with plenty of light.
Black and white
Black and white combined in continuum producing a range of shades of gray giving your photo a more subdued monochromatic character.
Sepia tone is a reddish brown monochrome tint. When applied to your photo, it gives the picture a warm, antique feeling.
Your image is broken up into small portions and the total visual impression is a composite of the various unit image. This gives your image a unique artistic look.
Invert creates a negative of your image, in which the lightest areas of the photo appear darkest and the darkest areas appear lightest. The colors of your photo are also reversed into their respective complementary colors.
The emboss effect gives your photo the appearance of being stamped or coated in metal.
Pixelate enlarges the size of the pixels in your photo, giving it a retro 8-bit video game look.
Blur will merge adjacent pixels giving your photo a softer look, this effect is great for hiding imperfections or de-pixelating images that are too small to print.
Where do you ship to?
Pixter Studio ships anywhere in Canada. Depending on your location it can take anywhere from 3 days to 14 day to receive your custom art. All of our products are shipped using FedEx and their delivery time may vary throughout the year.
Will my print be damaged during shipping?
It is very unlikely for your custom art to be damaged during shipping however it does happen sometimes. If your custom print does suffer any damage please contact us immediately and we will remedy the situation in a timely manner. All of our shipments are insured to cover the rare occasion when damage does happen.
How long does it take to you to create my print?
Production time varies depending on the type of print you ordered. The table below will give you an average production times for the various products we offer. It is important to note that these are just average times as each piece of art we create is custom ordered and unique. We do our very best to produce you art as fast as possible without sacrificing quality.
|Posters||Canvas Prints||Peel & Stick||Metal Print||Sintra Print||Acrylic Print|
|2-3 days||4-5 days||2-3 days||6-8 days||6-8 days||6-8 days|
Digital image quality is measured in PPI (Pixels per Square Inch). Without getting too technical; the lowest PPI you would want for large format printing is 72. Meaning that the minimum pixels your image has to be for a 12 inch photo is 72 x 12 = 864 pixels wide by 864 pixels tall. The more PPI an image has means it will look clearer and sharper. Our Image quality Rating System calculates the PPI of your image and gives you a rating based on the table to the right. When you upload the image it will give you the rating for the size chosen. Once you have resized and cropped the image it will give you a new rating based on the changes done to the picture.
|Image Quality Chart|
When an image is blown up it loses resolution. Which results in a lower PPI. If you have an image at 300 PPI and blow it up to be 2x the size its new PPI will be 150. This image would still look excellent when printed.
Aspect ratio defines the relative size of height to the width of an image. The table below describes which aspect ratios are best to select depending on how your photo was taken.