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  • Gallery Box Info
  • Frame Colours
  • Image Customization
  • Production and Shipping
  • Image Requirements

Displaying Photos Like a Pro

When we set about creating the Gallery Box, we wanted a piece of art that every designer would choose to complete their perfect room. Something fresh, inspirational, and adaptable. We also knew that any designer worth their salt thrives on value and quality. With all this in mind, we went all out to set the bar for the best photo art value in Canada. Mission accomplished!

Simple Yet Stunning

What is it about a Gallery Box that immediately catches your eye? Is it the ultra-sharp definition of your photo? Or maybe it's the gorgeous matte finish that offers an air of modern simplicity. It could also very well be the straight lines and refined look. You might never figure out exactly why you love looking at your Gallery Box, but that's a fun problem to have.

Made for Creativity

Every Posterjack Gallery Box is a work of art with your name on it. Mix and match colours and sizes to create a fantastic gallery wall. Or go super-huge with an impressive Gallery Box above the mantle. Let your creativity run wild and we're sure you'll find Gallery Boxes are the perfect way to create the look you want.

The New Black

From timeless Framed Photos to cutting-edge Metal Prints, Posterjack offers the largest variety of photo art products in Canada. Because of this, people often ask us which product they should choose to display their photos. If you’re looking for something that is versatile and will look good no matter how or where you display it, the Gallery Box is definitely the photo art product we recommend. Adaptable, designer-approved, and quickly growing in popularity, the Gallery Box is the new black of interior design.

Frame Colours

Gallery Boxes come in four fabulous colours to match your photos and décor: black for that classic look, white for a clean and modern look, espresso for a dignified presence, and silver for a bold statement.









Customize Your Image

Sometimes a photo needs a little help to get it looking just the way you want. When you upload a photo, you have the option to crop the image so it’s perfectly composed, add a border choosing from a large variety of different colours and sizes, or even add a creative effect to your photo. Effects options include Black & White, Sepia Tone, Solarize, Pop Art, Charcoal Sketch, and Linocut. Have fun and see what each effect looks like – if you don’t like it, simply click on Original Colour and your photo goes back to how it was before you started.













Where does posterjack Ship To? ships to anywhere in Canada. We do not ship to any other countries at this point in time. All shipping takes place through Fedex.

How much does shipping cost?

Our standard shipping rate is $8.50. This is a flat rate and applies to your entire order, regardless of the quantity or size. A rural delivery surcharge of $20 is applied to remote addresses, due to the higher costs of delivering to rural areas. This charge only applies if the second digit in your postal code is deemed rural or if you live in North West Territories, Yukon, or Nunavut.

Is my Gallery Box going to arrive in good condition?

All orders are packaged with our time-tested, super-tough packaging materials. Less than 1% of our packages are damaged. However, all of our shipments are fully insured, so should any damage occur during shipment, you are completely covered.

How long does it take you to produce my Gallery Box?

Gallery Boxes take 8-12 business days to produce. This is an AVERAGE time. If we have a big rush of orders, it can take longer than the time listed. Please bear in mind that each piece of art is a custom product that needs to be produced.

How long will it take until my package arrives?

Once we ship your item, we'll send you a tracking number immediately. If you'd like more information, please see our Production & Shipping Page

Our Free Quality Check!

The very first thing we do is take a look at your image resolution, compare this with the chosen print size, and give you a free quality score for printing (shown on the first screen after uploading). No more second guessing if your image is suitable to print large! If your score isn't as high as you would like, you can try switching to a smaller print size. If your score is unsuitable, that means we won't let you proceed as print results will not be acceptable. In this case, please choose a smaller print size, a higher resolution image, or contact customer support for further help.

What type of file should I upload?

We process the four most common image types. All digital cameras and graphic design programs will produce at least one of these file types. The types we accept are JPEG, TIFF, BMP, & PNG. Our preferred file type is JPEG, which produces excellent print results and efficient file sizes! If your image is in a different format, please save it as one of the above formats before submitting to us.

If you aren't a big colour geek, don't worry, your camera produces images in a colour space we can handle (typically sRGB). If you prefer you can also upload images in Adobe RGB, or any other popular RGB Colour Profile. Please do not upload images in the CMYK colour space.

How large of a file can I upload?

You can upload files up to 50 MB in size. Should your images be larger than 50 MB, the best place to start would be checking they are saved in JPEG format (TIFF's generally produce larger file sizes, at no real advantage for print quality). If you need further assistance with file sizing, please contact us for details.

Your print sizes are listed under aspect ratio categories. What is an “aspect ratio”?

The “aspect ratio” of a photo, in its simplest terms, refers to the rectangle size of the image. Photos can be taken as long panoramic rectangles, shorter rectangles, squares, and anything in between. The “aspect ratio” measurement is a technical way of expressing the exact rectangle size for a photo or image. This is expressed as the relative length of the long edge of the image, compared to the short edge. Here is an infographic to help explain!

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