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PRINTING & QUALITY

My illustration prints are printed on demand, this means that after you have placed your order and payment has been received, I will action the printing of your chosen design(s). You will receive a freshly printed item, this ensures less handling and less chances of damage. All designs are professionally printed on thick, high quality card stock.

TIMEFRAME

Processing and printing your order can take 2-10 business days after your order has been placed. If you need your item(s) faster than this, please email me through hello[at]nevertheless.com.au and I will do my best to accommodate your requirements!

COLOURS

I like to make every effort to display the colours of my designs as accurately as possible but due to the difference of how colour is produced for monitor viewing and offset printing, there may be slight colour variations from what you see on screen to the printed product. I cannot guarantee the accuracy of your monitor's display.

FRAMING & SIZES

Prints are sold unframed. All designs are created in standard paper sizes to suit most frames.

Usually prints will come in any of the following sizes: A4 (210 x 297 mm) / 210mm square / A3 (297 x 420 mm) / 297mm square

PACKAGING

I like to ensure that your order reaches you as safely as possible, all prints are placed in plastic cello bags for protection against the elements. Prints are posted in rigid, heavy duty card envelopes to prevent bending and damage.

SHIPPING

Your print will be enclosed in a plastic sleeve for protection and posted in a thick, bend-proof cardboard mailer to ensure it reaches you as safely as possible. It will be posted with Australia Post, choose from Regular Shipping (please allow up to 10 days) or Express Shipping (please allow 2-4 days, please make sure that your area is part of the Express Shipping network). You will be sent a tracking number for your parcel, I will not be held responsible for any damages made during delivery but I am more than happy to assist you in resolving the issue with Australia Post.