Creatively sectioning off your photos on canvas creates a unique piece of wall art that adds pop to any room in your home. Diptych (one image split into two separate images), triptych (one images split into 3 separate images), and quad arrangements are just the beginning; with creative sectioning and a theme to pull your work together, you can use as many different photos on canvas as you want although after the quad, it’s easier to drop the Latin terms and just use "split canvas" to explain your vision!
Single image split canvas arrangements are trending in a big way because they are simple to do and work especially well with landscapes and other nature subjects. The easiest way to create your split image to be printed on canvas is to crop your photo and save each crop as a separate image file. Since each component of your split canvas will likely be enlarged more than it would have been as part of a single canvas, you’ll want to start with the highest quality original file you have access to.
Although many diptychs and triptychs are vertically oriented, you can choose horizontal orientation for your split photos on canvas too! This provides something a little different from the norm that’s sure to grab viewers’ attention. Other variations on same-sized split panels include:
You can use different images for split canvas wall art as easily as you can use the same image. The effect of hanging different images together in this way takes the familiarity of the photo collage and adds new dimensions to your photos. The trick to making the eye understand that the images are part of a single wall display is to determine on a theme or combining element that will pull your images together. A few indispensable tips for doing this for photos on canvas:
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