MailPix adds versatile Canvas Lites to product offerings

Huntington Beach, CA –, the photo-printing and gifting site, expanded photo printed products to feature new MailPix Canvas Lites®. These small and thin canvas prints are perfect for desk, shelf or mantel, and ships with an accessory display stand.

“Canvas Lites can be used in a variety of creative ways,” says Fred H. Lerner, founder and CEO. “They can be easily framed, and are perfect for old frames with broken or missing glass. Canvas Lites can be hole-punched and strung up with ribbon, or even trimmed to create a photo sculpture.”

Canvas Lites are available in a variety of sizes: 4×6,5×5, 5×7, 6×6, 8×10 and 9×9 inches. The square print sizes are perfect for Instagram photos. They ship flat in standard mail. Learn More

About is the pre-eminent site for preserving photo memories as photo books, prints, cards, enlargements and other products. Everyone now has a camera in their pocket with priceless memories. MailPix’s passion is to make it easy to upload, share and print your photos.

MailPix is seamlessly integrated to print your or your friends’ 240 billion-plus Facebook and Instagram photos…and photos from any device, computer or phone.

Fred H. Lerner is the founder and CEO and is Fred’s latest startup. He previously founded Ritz Interactive which included, and others. Fred also founded two imaging companies which was acquired by Kodak and became the CEO of Kodak Processing Labs. He is a Hall of Fame recipient at the United Nations’ International Photographic Council and Past President of the Photo Marketing Association International. Peter Tahmin, joined as co-founder and COO,, and was former vice president, Ritz Camera and Image, and SVP and COO of Ritz Interactive. The MailPix board of advisors includes Oscar B. (Bud) Marx III, chairman of Amerigon (NASDAQ: ARGN) and is the former President & General Manager, Ford of Mexico and CFO of Ford, Europe; William A. Roskin, board member of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. (NYSE: MSO) and is the former Executive Vice President of Viacom, Inc. (NASDAQ: VIAB); Ted McGrath former President of Fujifilm, USA and General Manager of Kodak’s Consumer Imaging Division; James Joaquin, former president and CEO of Ofoto, leading that company from its start through the successful acquisition by Kodak; and Gary Pageau, of InfoCircle and former Publisher, Content Development and Strategic Initiatives at Photo Marketing Association International (PMAI).