Posterjack, Turn Your Images Into Art

It seems that today we all take tons of digital photos but very few ever become physical media. If there is a photo worthy of being on a wall, it is usually something special. Posterjack, Canada’s Photo Art Experts, now provides services in the United States. They offer quality printing on a variety of media. Read on for my experience. 

Posterjack allows users to use their own photos or graphics to create quality art. Photos can be printed on canvas, wood, acrylic, metal and other options. There are a ton of size and price offerings. I was able to have my award winning turkey photo printed to review the service. I was blown away recently as my photo won the 2014 Dave Smith Decoys photo contest and the May photo of the month contest for The Lonestar Outdoors Show. Later this year I will have an opportunity to compete against each monthly winner for the year end grand prize. This photo has indeed earned a spot on the wall in my house. I will take you through the simple steps in transforming the photo into a wood print.


Creating your art really only takes three simple steps and a couple of options. First step is to select the product. On this page you can see all of the printing options available.


I chose Wood Prints which is your photo printed on birch wood. I thought the photo was perfect for being printed on wood since it was taken in the outdoors. After the product is selected, select the size.


As you can see, there are tons of size options with a wide range of price points. I chose the 20×20 inch square image size. Now it is time to upload your image.


First off, I purposely uploaded a smaller image to show that the Posterjack will ensure that the image quality will be good enough to use for the selected image. The image I ordered was marked as Excellent. From this screen the image can be cropped, borders added and simple adjustments made to the image. Make sure everything is how you want it at this point, because this will be what the final product looks like.

This is essentially all it takes to turn an image into art. Trust me, it takes much longer to snap screenshots and describe the process than it takes to do it. I completed the order on a Tuesday and received the print the following Monday. The company started in Canada but has recently expanded into Austin so getting your images will be no problem.


So, the product comes in and all I can say is that I am totally blown away! The wood is high quality and includes a frame on the back with a wire hangar ready to go. The rich colors of my photo have somewhat soaked into the wood creating a soft, artistic look to my original photo. Seeing this image on physical media and much larger makes it hard to believe I even took it. My wife said the print looks breathtaking.


photoboard back

The entire experience with Posterjack has been awesome. Choosing the products, sizes and uploading images are simple and fast. Shipping was safe and quick and the final product is something I will have on the wall for many years to come. My wife is already looking through some family and sports photos to plan some other orders for gifts as well as our own walls. If you want your images to come to life and truly become a piece of art, I highly recommend Posterjack for all of your needs.

Source: Manufacturer provided review sample.

MSRP: Many price points from under $40 to $400. The product shown was $99.99 plush tax and shipping.

What I like: Tons of products, fast shipping and amazing quality prints.

What could be improved: Nothing so far. I loved the experience.

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About the Author

Travis Ehrlich
Travis is a high school teacher and coach in a small South Texas town. His love for gadgets began at a very early age, and he has been a cross between a jock and a geek for most of his life. He has two boys and a wonderful wife who lets him be a gadget freak. He is a Mac convert and has drank the whole pitcher of Kool-Aid! He is also an avid guitar player and loves the outdoors, especially hunting with both a bow and rifle.