A soft and foggy texture characterised by wispy linear marks. With its painterly appeal, this texture sits comfortably alongside light and bright styling settings.
✅ Canvas fabric studio backdrop for full-length, portraiture, headshots & video.
💪 Heavy-weight 390gsm cotton canvas, with a durable satin-matte finish for minimal glare.
⚡ Portable by design, perfect for location-independent photographers, content creators, online fashion & beauty.
💌 Delivered crease free, rolled and ready-to-shoot
🌈 True colour. Printed on X-Rite® calibrated UV printers with Greenguard Gold certified inks for industry-leading colour accuracy. Even with strict colour control, prints purchased at different times may vary up to 5%.
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Our canvas backdrops are available in two sizes:
- Portrait size: 1 x 1.5m / 3.5 x 5ft
- Full-length size: 1 x 2.1m / 3.5 x 7ft
For replica texture designs, standard sizes are a crop of the larger size. Canvas artwork is cropped according to aesthetic and never scaled up unnaturally.
*Sizing specified can be +/- 1cm, as all backdrops are cut by hand. A white border is included on every canvas backdrop.
With proper care, our canvas backdrops can last you a long time.
Professional reproductions of original hand-painted art & textures
Premium canvas fabric
Heavy-weight 390gsm cotton canvas with a satin-matte finish
Portable by design
Full-length and portrait sizes available
Designed, printed & shipped from all under one roof
Working with our canvas
New to canvas backdrops? Read our post on how to best handle your backdrop, simple ways to use it in a home/studio environment and techniques for lighting your scene.