Standard delivery Framed products
approx. 9 working days
Shipping costs including packaging: 9.00 CHF
Free shipping, free shipping or free delivery from CHF 50.00
Art Security Packing
Your image will be hand inspected, protective sleeved and placed in art security packaging.
What packaging do you use?
We use various local printing locations around the world to minimize carbon footprint and for this reason we have chosen a more minimal and environmentally friendly packaging option.
Orders containing both prints and frames will be shipped flat together in the same packaging, back to back, with the print in its own protective sleeve. We don't offer a framing service yet, but we're working on it!
Orders containing only prints will be shipped in either a sturdy cardboard tube or in a thick cardboard packaging, depending on the production location.
In some cases we ship items from different locations, so an order may contain multiple packages and tracking links.
With standard shipping, tracking is not guaranteed. Any shipment that we can safely pack in an A4 envelope will be sent as a letter without a tracking number. This enables the postman to deliver your goods even if you are not at home. Consignments that exceed this limit are sent as a small parcel or package and thus also receive a tracking number.
Acrylic prints are packed with strong edges to protect the items. We also wrap the item in bubble wrap/plastic for extra protection.
They will be covered with a protective film on the front of the picture. This film varies in color by vendor and can typically be milky, green, or blue. These protective films can be mistaken for scratches, bubbles or a color cast on a print/glass.
The frames are pre-assembled with corners and foil and then packed in a cardboard box with strong edges to protect the frames. Furthermore, I-beams are used to give the packaging extra stability, especially for orders with multiple items (max. 3 frames in one package).
The posters are packed separately in an inner cardboard folder (max. 10 posters in an inner folder).
Plexiglas used in frames may also carry a protective film, but this is often attached to both the front and back of the glass. This often has a blue tint. These protective films can be mistaken for scratches, bubbles or a color cast on a print/glass.