Motif launches new photo canvas prints for macOS, iOS

Motif , the Apple-approved personalized photo project app, has launched a new product offering, photo canvas prints. It allows 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 made using a single image or a collage of images. Users can choose the photo(s) they want printed on their canvas directly from their Apple Photos library and customize from there.

They can alter the layout, canvas color, image effects and more. Users can also preview their canvas print on a sample wall to see how it could look on a wall in their home or office. 

According to Craig Bauer, global managing director of Motif, other key features include: 

° Variety of Canvas Sizes: The photo canvas prints are available in four sizes, in both horizontal or vertical orientations: 8×10 inches, 10×14 inches, 16×20 inches and 24×36 inches;

° Edge Style Options: To further customize, users can select from two edge styles. Canvases can be made with image wrap edges, where the image wraps onto the edge of the canvas, or solid color edges, which will make the edges black, white or a custom color of your choosing;

° Edge Size Options: Users can also choose between a .75 inch or 1.5 inch edge. The smaller edge size is better suited for small canvases or display applications while the larger edge size is better suited for large canvases and wall hanging. 

Motif’s photo canvas prints are gallery wrapped canvases that come fully finished and include a wall mounting bracket. Each canvas is printed on a poly-cotton canvas and is stretched over a solid pine frame, preventing wrinkles from appearing over time. 

You can find the Motif app in the Mac App Store and the iOS App Store in the U.S. and Canada. The app is free. Pricing starts at $29.99 for a photo canvas, $12.99 for a softcover photo book, $27.99 for a hardcover photo book and $22.99 for a 12 month photo calendar. For more information, visit

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