Canvas prints lend themselves to the framing process called gallery wraps. As the name implies, the canvas is wrapped around stretcher bars (shown above) and stapled. There are different types of stretcher bars some of which can be purchased at art supply stores. Because of the finished look, a photo can be displayed with or without a frame. If a frame is desired, the most convenient type is the floater frame. The floater frame is only attached from the back and a small space is left between the frame and the photo. These frames can be purchased completely assembled, unassembled, or can be made from wood trim with an L-shaped crossection (shown below).