Your canvas has been finished with a UV resistant coating to prevent fading over the life of the artwork, however we recommend not placing it in a spot where it will receive direct sunlight for extended periods of time.
Instead, to best bring out the rich colours of your artwork under light, use non-fluorescent gallery or picture lighting, or diffused natural light.
Like any fixture in your home, your artwork may collect dust over time, unless you still live with your mum - or a particularly finickety partner. When it's time for cleaning, use a feather duster to wipe the surface. The coating on your canvas is designed to protect the print, so any marks requiring more than a simple dust can be wiped clean with a slightly damp microfibre cloth.
If you need to swap your canvas with another for variety, store your artwork sandwiched between acid-free paper - available here, either laid flat on foamcore sheets or rolled into a poster tube.
When it comes to framing, your canvas has been pre-stretched and is ready to hang on a full frame, mount or stretchers. However it is recommended not to place your canvas under glass, to allow it to breathe and prevent the buildup of moisture.
Due to it being subjected to the trials and tribulations of the postal system, your canvas may have small creases or wrinkles when it first arrives - much as you would after travelling for so long. Simply let your canvas rest over the back of a chair or across a clothes horse, wardrobe rail or trouser press for 24 hours to give the fibers time to relax - and your canvas will be back to its original, ready-to-hang glory.