Behind The Scenes - Getting Orders Out the Door

by Eric Von Lehmden | October 23, 2014

behind the scenes

Here are some photos that show some behind the scenes action of getting canvas prints ready to be shipped. The truth is I haven't grabbed my camera and photographed something for several days so I was feeling a little antsy. Maybe a sign that I am severely addicted to taking photos. Actually, I know that I am...100%. I am going to do some more of these behind the scenes looks in the future. I do hope you enjoy seeing what goes into making your photos on canvas a reality.

So, while I contemplate what to show you next please enjoy a quick behind the scenes look at just one part of the process to get your custom canvas prints out the door.

behind the scenesA stack of image wrapped canvas prints about to be bagged, boxed and shipped.

behind the scenesshowing off the clean craftsmanship and those tight corners.

behind the scenesA detail of the corners on our canvas.

behind the scenes

behind the scenesThis order is bagged and awaiting a custom box. On bigger orders we even hand make the boxes to custom fit the order. We make sure the order is nice and snug by using recycled fill paper.

behind the scenesStill more beautiful canvas prints to be bagged. Please note that we have a specific way of stacking multiple canvases. Always stack them in alternating face to face, back to back fashion. This ensures that any hangers or other hard surfaces won't harm your photos on canvas. Oh, and that black table is actually a very soft neoprene that your order rests on before it is shipped.

behind the scenesAnyone want to guess who the mystery man is on the right?

behind the scenesLoving this pop art canvas by our customer Kyle Gabler

behind the scenesYou can see we take great care to make sure your order goes out the door without a blemish on it.

behind the scenesCouldn't help but find other interesting things to photograph around the office. An air hose makes an interesting subject...

behind the scenes...so does a canvas stretcher clamp.

 

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