All shipping costs for unframed artworks are calculated and charged by the artist. Shipping prices can vary depending on the artwork type, size and weight, or where your delivery address is in the world.
If you’re having your artwork framed by us, an additional shipping fee will be added to your shipping total. This is to cover the cost of shipping your framed artwork from our framing hub in the US to your delivery address.
All shipping prices are charged at cost price for tracked shipment with reputable courier services. If you’re looking for a more bespoke shipping option, or you’re interested in having your artwork shipped insured, get in touch with one of the team firstname.lastname@example.org we can put a quote together for you.
For artworks being shipped internationally, you may need to pay customs and/or import fees in order for the work to be released for delivery.
Customs duties and import fees aren’t included in the price on the website, as they’re set by the artwork’s destination country and are charged directly by the country’s customs office. In most cases, either the customs office or the courier will be in touch with you if any fees are due. We’ll keep an eye on your tracking too, so we're able to help with customs if needed. It’s worth noting that in the case of returns, any customs or import charges you’ve paid are non-refundable.
All of our artworks are packaged securely in appropriate packaging. This can vary depending on the type of artwork you have purchased.
Stretched canvases and framed artworks, are typically shipped in either a heavy-duty cardboard box or a wooden crate, depending on their destination. Before being placed in either, cardboard corners are placed on the artwork and then wrapped in layers of padding for additional protection in transit.