SnapBox expands its high-quality, low-cost photo printing options


The idea behind it is quite simple: to give people an easy and affordable way to turn their smartphone or other snapshots into high-quality canvas prints. and ship them quickly.

That’s exactly what SnapBox delivered when it started up in 2012. This year, however, it expanded its printing options to include prints on fine art paper, glossy photo paper, photo prints, and more. art and fabric posters to peel and stick.

The service is an offshoot of Jondo-USA, which specializes in fine art reproductions for galleries and publishers. The prints you will get from SnapBox use the same printing facilities and technologies that Jondo uses for their fine art prints.


Creating prints is as easy as uploading a photo from your phone or computer or your Facebook or Instagram account. Once you do that, you’ll get a mockup of the print viewable in all the different print sizes.

Print sizes start at 4″ x 4″ – ready to replicate your favorite Instagram photos – and can go up to 36 x 54 for canvas prints or 20 x 30 for paper and poster prints and you you can get them with or without black or white wood. Framework.

The prices are also very reasonable. For example, you can get a 4×4 poster for $0.75 or a framed canvas print of the same size for $12.99. Framed paper prints start at $11.99. Considering their affordability, the print quality is fantastic and has made SnapBox one of my go-to services for gifts for friends and family.

If you want to discover some products, it’s today. For Cyber ​​Monday, the site is offering 40% off all products along with free shipping.

Elaine F. Brim