Wall Canvas N Decor printing is a form of graphic printing that produces wall coverings such as wallpaper and murals. These are used to create a visual impact in commercial buildings, office interiors, museums and exhibits.
What is a print on canvas called?
Wall murals can be printed on a variety of media and are available in large and small scales. They can be applied to a wall or hung on a backlit display. They can be installed on a short-term basis or a long-term basis depending on the project’s location and the desired end result.
Digital printing technology changes interior decorating, bringing one-of-a-kind images into modern home decor and creating unusual and stylish wall decoration that is very individual and personal. HP WallArt application has been developed to help designers and customers design their own unique, colorful and attractive wallpapers for their homes and offices.
The history of wallpaper is a long one. During the Middle Ages, wallpaper was produced in large sheets that were often pasted to the walls. These were often patterned in the style of tapestries.
In the 19th century, England and France were leaders in European wallpaper production; many 19th-century designs have remained in production to this day. Early examples can be seen in the Deutsches Tapetenmuseum (Kassel), Germany; the Musee des Arts Decoratifs (Paris); and the Victoria & Albert Museum, UK.
Today, there are many different types of wallpaper, some made of a cloth-like material, some woven with threads, and others made of foil. Pre-pasted vinyl-coated paper is the most common type for residential use. Foil-coated wallpapers are generally more expensive and can be up to 36 inches wide, but are difficult to hang and difficult to remove.