When will the shop be open?
The shop will only be open on certain days in the year in 24 hour increments. Next sale will be on August 1st, 2017. You can join our mailing list for more up to date information on what prints will be available
HOW LONG WILL THE SHOP BE OPEN FOR?
The shop will only be open for 24 hours from 00:00PST- 23:59PST.
IS THERE A LIMIT ON HOW MANY I CAN BUY?
There is no limit on how many you can buy—but there will be limited quantities so the inventory is first come first serve.
Do you take commissions?
We are currently booked for commissions for the rest of the year. If you would like to make a request, please email us at email@example.com a list of ideas you may have and we will put them on our list.
Do you accept International Orders?
Yes. International orders are an additional $25 as long as USPS is able to deliver to your country.
How long does shipping take?
Packages are shipped from Los Angeles, California and take about 5-7 business days domestically and 10-14 business days internationally.
How are the prints shipped?
Prints 12 x 18 inches and under are rolled and shipped inside a tube and placed inside a triangle box to prevent damage while in transit. 18 x 24 and 24 x 36 prints are rolled and shipped inside an even stronger a telescopic tube.
HOW do I track my order?
A tracking number will be emailed to you once we have shipped your package through USPS.
What happens if my prints arrive damaged?
If your print arrives damaged, we'll replace it free of charge. Please send us photos of the damage sustained so that we may file an insurance claim with USPS. We will supply you with a return label and you can send back the order in the same packaging.
Can I get my prints signed by the artist?
Yes! Please mention that you would like the prints signed while checking out or feel free to email us your request.
Where can I buy frames for your prints?
We personally use the RIBBA series from Ikea to frame all of our prints. They are affordable and works well with our sizes. All of our prints can be framed at IKEA.
What's the proper way to frame artwork?
Really, however you like. For starters, think about whether or not you want a mat to frame the artwork or if you prefer to have the artwork bleed to the edges. I prefer black frames to allow the colors of the composition to shine, but really it's up to you! You can find affordable picture / poster frames at stores like Target, Ikea, Walmart, etc. Just search for the size of the artwork you purchased and go from there.
The answers below are suggestions in case you have no idea where to start.