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Multi Panel Wall Art

Create your own beautiful work of art

Display your favourite photographs in a modern, eye-catching design using multiple pieces of wall art!

  • Choose from a selection of premium materials, from Canvas to Acrylic
  • UV resistant inks
  • Hanging fittings included
from £ 23.98 *

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Product Features


  • Canvas Prints
  • Foam Board Prints
  • Aluminium Prints
  • Acrylic Prints
  • Gallery Prints

Your Multi-Panel Work of Art

Relive your favourite memories with a multi panel print. Enjoy seeing your favourite photographs, extended over multiple pieces of wall art. For a modern, eye-catching look, we recommend hanging your personalised multi panel wall art with a 1-inch gap between each piece. It’s a great way to exhibit landscape shots and your very best family photographs.

How to Create a Multi Panel Wall Art Print

Creating your new Multi Panel Wall Art couldn’t be easier. Simply select the material you wish to use such as a canvas print or foam board, the size and number of panels you would like, then using our online editor, upload your favourite photograph and drag and drop it into your design. Your photo will automatically be split across the panels. If you wish, you can further customise your Multi Panel Wall Art with text and clipart. Your Multi Panel Print comes ready to hang with fittings included.

Create Your Perfect Layout

With a wide range of configurations to choose from, it’s easy to create your perfect personalised split canvas print. Whether your space is large or small, your desired design is simple or complex, you’re sure to find a layout to suit your style. You can choose to spread your photograph across 2, 3, 4, 6 or 9 canvases in square or rectangular formats. All that’s left is to decide whether you’d like your design to be elegantly symmetrical or fun and eclectic.