May 18, 2006
I have a question for collector’s and fellow artists alike:
As a collector would one prefer the giclee sent stretched and shipped flat or would one prefer rolled the giclee in a tube to be stretched and framed by the owner?
Usually most sales for me on giclees (which are relatively new for me) are local and shipped stretched and flat and I have not had any problems.
BTW they will be printed on canvas.
January 25, 2006
I think for most overseas shipments, having them rolled up in a sturdy tube would be a safer choice.
I can’t imagine a print being shipped flat arriving in the original condition 😯
In fact, I’d like to hear from anyone who’s had a print, framed or unframed, shipped flat via normal postal services (ie. not using a courier company like Fedex) overseas. Did it arrive safely and in perfect condition?
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