Let us show you how our fine art products are made!

We would like to give you a sneak peek into the process of building a Blauvent Art Canvas. Our partner is producing all in his facilities in Spain, fair and sustainable. Have a look on the steps from canvas weaving to the wood frame carpentry!

First of all the threads of cotton and polyester are woven to a raw canvas, thick and robust. The sound of the machines is loud, the room somewhat dusty, and very powerful. Centimetre by centimetre the raw cloth is growing and leaving the hectic weaving machine. Once this first step is accomplished it will be prepared in a big hall where hundreds of meters of this raw textile are waiting for their primer.

This canvas is different from most other canvas prints on the market, since all its components have fine arts material quality.

Closeup of the weft and warp, the matrix of our canvas.

The material mix used for the canvas is also depending for what the canvas will be used later on. As commercial printing places are using purely plastic based canvases, as they are cheap and easy to print on, high quality fabrics are composed of more cotton, linen, polyester fibres.  In our case, as we are going for reproduction of art works, the fabric of choice is made out of a mix of 50% cotton and 50% polyester fibres. To prepare the surface for later printing or painting, a primer is applied to give the best results of color vibrance and durability.

Preparing a canvas with a glue and initial primer is essential.

The finished canvas products we offer are real fine art material, and despite it is a printed reproduction, one could paint over it with acrylic paint.

Drying row of canvas.

As the canvas is drying in the hall downstairs another essential part is produced in the carpentry just above. Wood coming from sustainable forestry of north Spain, dried by air is chosen and cut into peaces. These are then fed into a chain of automatic machines which allow to assemble a big number of different sized stretcher frames for all kind of purposes and dimensions. The main duty of such a strecher frame is of course to stretch the flexible canvas, and this without loosing tension for many years.

The craftsman’s of the canvas are Spains foremost art suppliers with long tradition and well established reputation. This is how their carpentry section is looking.

Their patented way of joining the edges of the stretcher frames is guaranteeing for durability and keeping the stretch of your Blauvent canvas.

Finished wooden frames.

On this image one of the masters wrapping a frame.

When we make an order the canvas is cut into the correct pieces, printed and later mounted on the stretcher frame. This is a another hand made process already very close to the finished product. You can see the original color of the canvas textile on the backside.


Blauvent creative potential is applied into a variety of wall art. From gallery standard canvas & paper productions to handcrafted wood plates. Quality Print of Blauvent Mountain Series Artworks on Canvas. Completely handmade in Spain.

The last step is applying the original Blauvent stamp, packing, securing the edges and eventually shipping.

We are happy and proud for our collaboration with this magnificent manufacturer and stay tuned for next blog posts where we will be explaining more on the process of how the artwork is created by Carmesine Studio.


Blauvent in 2021

We are glad to keep on growing and evolving. Through these images + text we present Blauvent nowadays.

It is a great pleasure to launch this new website. Thank you Ivan Candela for your excellence, for your thorough, deep and precise work.

Find your right T-Shirt size

If you are unsure which size you should order try to measure yourself in the highest part of the chest, the waist and the hipline as shown in our model image.

Now find your measurements in cm in the table below and decide if you want a more loose or slim fit. Organic cotton is soft and by nature breathable and elastic, but we added 5% Elastane (Spandax) to ensure form stability even after many washings and to give you some extra stretch for better movability and fitting.

Woman – Damen – Mujeres- Dona

T-Shirt SizeChest (cm)Waist (cm)Hip (cm)
XXS75 – 9056 – 6875 – 90
XS77 – 9261 – 7077 – 92
S80 – 9463 – 7280 – 94
M82 – 9665 – 7482 – 96
L88 – 10271 – 8088 – 102
XL96 – 11079 – 8896 – 110
XXL102 – 11685 – 96102 – 116

Man – Herren – Hombre – Home

T-Shirt SizeChest (cm)Waist (cm)Hip (cm)
XS86 – 9686 – 9684 – 94
S88 – 9888 – 9886 – 92
M92 – 10092 – 10090 – 98
L96 – 10496 – 10494 – 102
XL98 – 10698 – 10696 – 108
XXL106 – 116106 – 116104 – 114

Partnership with Paraclinic.at

Paraclinic is the main paragliding service center in Austria, the studio-atelier is based into a beautiful rebuild textile factory, in Absam, Innsbruck, at the foot of the big Bettelwurf mountain. The company it is run by Richard Edlinger and Michaela Brandstätter.

Paraclinic was found in 2011, Richard is a true and successfull entrepreneur and has been paragliding all his life, he is currently the team leader of the Austrian National team.

Their valuable experience brought them to a very strategic position, working for competition pilots and also as workshop to the companies AirDesign, Up, ProDesign… their premises are used by these labels as development centre.

Blauvent is proud to have an exquisite corner at their headquarters -Rhombergstrasse 9/3 | A-6067 Absam | Austria

TeamParaclinic Blauvent cornerrange of product

The work of Ruben Brulat

Au temps disparu
9_ Cimes aux pas subtiles

Au temps disparu from the Serie Paths by Ruben Brulat.

”Strangers that would be encountered along the way and willing to give themselves away to nature, resulting in a peregrination from more than a year, from Europe to Asia by land only, through Iraq, Iran, onto Afghanistan, Tibet until Indonesia, Japan and Mongolia.

Ruben searched for more far away lands, the unknown, in Paths, walking, riding, until there would a place, a person, if all circumstances only would come together, then there would be a picture, if one thing would come to be missing, the way would just continue, until finally all came together.
Performing sometimes in welcoming sand, sometimes in the harsh snow, the just encountered fellows would let themselves go, opening their senses. Embracing everything that surrounds them. Ephemera intensity before saying, often, goodbye to each other forever.

Placing the bodies of people there in part with these accidental and dramatic landscapes, like the trees, the rocks or the black sands of Gunung Bromo.

A narrative constructed only by the randomness of the encounter, places and body, meeting with utopia and hope in these only suspended moments. Bodies of people that became friends, performing, not without difficulties, leaving wounds, marks, and souvenirs from a time before heading towards different paths, after sharing one for a while.”

Superconscious Store


Loving so much Superconscious Store, at Berlin Mitte. Driven by the criteria of two amazing men I’ve found the perfect combination of things, from art to fashion, from basics to super special. Together into a luminous space.

Superconscious at Facebook. Superconscious at Tumblr.
Superconscious Store / Weinbergsweg 22 / 10119 Berlin / Germany

Water To Wine Store


You can find us in WaterToWine Store, a shop in Berlin Mitte run by a group of berliner creatives. The label is producing and distributing just upcycling products. Half of the gain is going to the organization Komm-Und-Sieh in order to support the homeless. Check here more info about the mission.

If you are in Berlin or you plan to go, do not miss this cool spot.
Water To Wine in Facebook | Water To Wine in Tumblr.

Water To Wine Store / Auguststraße 82 / 10117 Berlin / Germany