Bring a pop of color and a touch of whimsy to your living space with our Bohemia Abstract Rainbow Line Minimalist Posters Canvas. These posters feature a colorful and playful abstract design composed of rainbow-colored lines and geometric shapes, creating a unique and eye-catching pattern that's sure to brighten up any room. The minimalist design gives the posters a modern and sleek look, making them the perfect addition to any contemporary home, office, or studio. Printed on high-quality canvas with fade-resistant inks, these posters are both durable and vibrant, ensuring that the design will retain its crispness and clarity for years to come. Available in a range of sizes to suit your needs, our Bohemia Abstract Rainbow Line Minimalist Posters Canvas is a great choice for anyone looking to add a touch of playful energy and color to their decor.
ABOUT OUR PRODUCTS
We have high production standards for our posters and prioritize craftsmanship. We work with suppliers to improve quality and are FSC® certified, using responsibly and sustainably managed forests for our materials.
Our posters (excluding some handpicked designs) are printed on 200g/m2 uncoated premium paper with a matte, non-glare surface that provides a high-quality look and is resistant to aging. Production is done in Japan and our paper is FSC® certified, ensuring responsible and sustainable sourcing of materials. Most of our posters on the website are marked with the FSC Mix symbol, guaranteeing at least 70% of the wood used comes from FSC-certified forests.
We print our posters in China, except for some handpicked designs, and use various printers depending on the motif to ensure the best quality. Different ink types are used depending on the desired printing technique, always in compliance with applicable EU regulations such as REACH. Additionally, our ink is 100% vegan.
Our poster production generates minimal waste, as excess paper is recycled into newspapers by our printers and paper mill. We encourage our customers to reuse or recycle our posters, which can be recycled up to seven times into new paper fiber.