Pixter’s custom posters are the perfect way to turn photos into art. You can select any photo from your personal collection or stock photos from ours, and custom order stunning images that appear gallery-ready. It’s important to us that your custom art lasts, which is why we offer a variety of finishes, sizes, styles, and colour options. You can create something fabulous and completely unique to match your interior.

Our custom posters offer limitless possibilities to show off your own professional work, memorable moments, or gift as something special to family and friends. No matter what you choose to print, Pixter Studio’s transforms your images into one-of-a-kind words of art.

Our Posters are printed on a quality paper with high resolution machines that ensure quality products every time.

Finishing Effect


High gloss is a stunning feature for any print that brings vibrant colours to life!


Matte paper reduces glare and is a perfect custom art option for interiors with lots of light.

Image Effects

Black and white

Black and white options for your custom prints creates a classic monochrome finishes that stands the test of time.

Sepia Tone

Sepia tone is a reddish brown monochrome tint that, when applied to photos, creates a warm, antique aesthetic.


This cool print option uses small images to create one large art piece as an overall artistic feel.


Inverted printing creates a negative of your image, in which the lightest areas of the photo appear darkest and the darkest areas appear lightest. The colours of your photo are also reversed into their respective complementary colours.


Embossing creates a stamped or coated effect on your custom art product.


Pixelated effects enlarges the size of the pixels in your photo, giving it a retro 8-bit video game aesthetic.


Blurring images merges adjacent pixels together to create a softer appearance. 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 product. 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. In the rare occasion you receive a damaged canvas print or poster, contact us immediately! All of our shipments are insured to cover any issues that may arise.

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 indicates average production times for various products offered. It is important to note that these are average times as each piece of art we create is custom ordered and unique. We do our best to produce you art as fast as possible without sacrificing quality.

Production Times

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

Shipping Times

Digital image quality is measured in PPI (Pixels per square inch). Without getting too technical, the lowest PPI one can use for large format printing is 72. This means 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, the more clean and sharp it will appear. Our Image quality Rating System calculates the PPI of your image. When you upload an image, a rating will be provided for the image size you’ve chosen. Once you have resized and cropped your image, a new rating will adjust to meet your changes.

Image Quality Chart
PPI Quality
0-49 Unsuitable
50-71 Poor
72-99 Fair
100-149 Good
150-299 Excellent
300+ Perfect

When an image is blown up it loses resolution. This 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. In this case, your image will still appear stunning.

Aspect Ratio

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.