An oil painting depicting day of the dead faun.
* All prints come on archival quality paper. Note that giclee is a premium quality print on higher quality archival paper with superior color matched inks
As I am asked questions on the blog/elsewhere, I will begin summarizing the posts that occur the most here in the below FAQ.
FAQ #1 - Do you ship outside of the U.S.?
ANSWER: Yes! Please note the international shipping cost is higher than domestic U.S. shipping, however, if I am EVER able to find a cheaper international shipping option please know that I will use it immediately. I never make a penny on shipping,
FAQ #2 - How many times per week do you ship?
ANSWER: Shipments happen once or twice per week depending on how many orders there are to fill. Please understand that it is difficult to ship more frequently than this, or else I would never be able to actually MAKE any art! I appreciate the support and hope you understand if your order must wait a few extra days to ensure I have time to quality check, emboss, etc. prior to shipment.
FAQ #3 - Do you do caricature commissions of "normal" people?
ANSWER: Yes I do, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with details and we can chat further about cost/process, etc.
FAQ #4 - What is the difference between a print and a giclee?
ANSWER: Prints are archival inkjet prints on 12pt paper (cover stock). A giclee is a museum quality archival paper using the broadest color gamut available, providing the widest range of true colors, leading to superior art quality