**We do not inflate shipping costs- the prices of the prints have been adjusted to make up for shipping differences (since Etsy only allows one price).
This is a reproduction fine art print of an original mixed media
piece done on a wooden canvas.
This print is square so it sits inside the photo paper. (SEE 2nd pic)
The 5x7 has 1/4" borders on sides. All other prints have 1/2" borders.
It is printed on Kodak Endura Luster photo paper with archival inks.
It is ready to frame or you can matte and frame it how you choose.
It is mailed in a non-bendable mailer or tube depending on the size.
**Small prints ship 1-2 business days, Larger prints ship 3-5 business days.
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All Images Copyright Danny Phillips Art 2014
I am happy to accept all payment methods available on Etsy, including credit cards and Paypal. My Paypal account is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Typically, I ship USPS first class and priority depending on costs and sizes. My postage prices represent that. I do not inflate prices intentionally. International items can take 2-4 weeks to arrive, and tracking is not available for purchase. If you believe your item was lost in the mail, I will happily resend another one.
Original artwork is always insured and tracked, and I will forward that info to you as well.
If you do not like your item or the quality, please contact me and I will do my best to make it right. Sometimes things do get lost or do not seem the same in person. If you are unhappy, i will be unhappy until the situation is settled.
If you believe your item was lost in the mail, I will happily resend another one.
I love getting ideas from my customers. If you have a cool picture, I can take it and silhouette it and use it in my work.
Convo me if you are interested in pricing for a custom painting.
Also, I am currently printing archival inks on Endura paper, but would be happy to make custom sizes for you--or giclee prints. They come typically on a watercolor like paper. Obviously the costs would be higher. Just ask.