Orders ship within 1-2 days via USPS first class or priority mail and International orders ship standard. Please let me know if you would like your order expedited and I will adjust your rate.
Large prints are carefully wrapped up snug as a bug in a rug, and shipped in a tube. Smaller prints are carefully packed in a clear poly envelope, safely sandwiched between two cardboard layers then gift wrapped, just for you!
Once your order is on the way, you will receive an email notification and tracking number.
If you have any questions or changes you would like to make before we ship your order please contact us using the form below.
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International orders ship standard. Please let me know if you would like your order expedited and I will adjust your rate.
Customs Duties and Taxes are the responsibility of the buyer. Unfortunately, I do not have the means of calculating or estimating a tax rate for each international order, nor do I have the means to pay your taxes so please check the Worlds Customs Organization website for more information.
Below is further detail regarding Customs Duties and Taxes from USPS.com:
Can a Sender Prepay Customs Duties and Taxes?
Customs, duties and other fees assessed by the destination country for an item can NOT be paid to the United States Postal Service® when the item is mailed. The recipient of the mailpiece is the only one who can pay the customs fees.
All items entering a foreign country are subject to customs inspection and assessment of duties, taxes, and fees in accordance with that country's national laws (this fee is also collected in the United States on inbound international items). Customs duties and taxes are assessed, generally, if the item sent is dutiable and if the value of the item is above the threshold set by the country's laws. Each country assesses customs, duties, and taxes. Check the Worlds Customs Organization website for general information, or visit the website of that country's customs service.
It is important to understand that, if duties and taxes are assessed on an item mailed via the Postal Service™, they are collected from the recipient. Postage is charged to cover the expense of delivery only. Postage does not cover charges assessed by customs in the destination country.