Sizing & Care
ARTWORK CARE & FRAMING
UNPACKING & HANDLING YOUR NEW PRINT
Your artwork print will arrive in a rugged sealed mailing tube, and will be carefully rolled and wrapped in paper that will protect it during transit and removal.
Before handling your print, I recommend you wash and thoroughly dry your hands. The same properties that make my prints colors so vibrant mean the paper will happily absorb any dirt or grease on your hands. Avoid touching a print and to make sure it lasts as long as you'd like it to, I always recommend framing it.
Always make sure when working with a print you keep its printed side facing up, and give yourself lots of space and a clean surface to work within.
FRAMING YOUR PRINT
Framing prints may seem challenging if you've never done it before, but it really isn't. Affordable frames in common sizes like 8x10, 18x24, 24x36 and others can be found on Amazon.com, and pretty much any online or brick & mortar store that sells home accessories.
If you have a frame intended for a larger size print than you ordered, it can still be used. You need to buy or create a framing matte (for example, a white matte is shown above left) and can then clear-tape the print to the back of this matte before putting the whole thing into the frame. Matte materials can be picked up at a local art supply or framing store if your frame doesn't include them (Ikea ones often do).
APPAREL SIZING & CARE
Our t-shirts are unisex. Sizes listed are men's, ladies simply order one size down.
TSHIRT CARE INSTRUCTIONS
Our shirts are 100% combed and ring-spun cotton. Your shirt will last you a long long while with proper care. Machine wash shirts in cold water, inside out. Gentle cycle helps and don't use chlorine bleach. Avoid fabric softeners as they can weaken printing. Tumble dry on low, or hang dry, and iron inside-out if necessary. Do not iron the print, and do not dry-clean.