Frequently Asked Questions
We have mostly measured the "picture only" size in centimetres as a reference in the description. It might vary with a few millimetres here and there because of a signature or artwork that is not exactly straight. We did however include a paper size on some artworks, where the paper size was significantly bigger than the picture size.
All artwork can be purchased through our website 24/7 and delivered to your door worldwide with a very reliable courier. For international deliveries please contact us for a quotation and arrangements.
Every order is individually handled to ensure that your art arrives with you promptly and in mint condition.
The Artworks are unframed and packed with a backing board, wrapped in tissue paper / bubble wrap, and placed in a cardboard box. (unless the size requires a different packaging).
Artwork: The estimated delivery time is 7-10 days for any address in South Africa from date of payment.
Merchandise: The estimated delivery time is 10-14 days for any address in South Africa from date of payment.
Decor: The estimated delivery time is 2-3 weeksfor any address in South Africa from date of payment.
We offer a 7 day return policy on all online orders that are being shipped to you, to make sure you have peace of mind when buying art from us. If the artwork is damaged when it arrives, you should however contact us within 24 hours to report this, or not accept the package if it arrived damaged at your address.
Should you wish to return the artwork, it should reach us in the same condition we sent it you, carefully packaged. Once we received the artwork in that condition, we will refund you promptly. You only need to pay the courier fee, no handling fee. We would like you to be happy with your purchase, and will do everything from our side to ensure that.
Yes, absolutely. We are situated at Midstream, so if you are in the area, you can collect. Just select "Own pickup" at checkout, then you won't be charged shipping fees. As soon as we have the order ready, we will contact you to schedule a date and time for collection that is convenient for you. Just remember that we do not offer the 7 day money back guarantee on own collections.
We have an online shop where you can pay securely via either PayFast, or do an EFT transfer, your choice. As soon as the money reflects, the shipping process will start.
We have made every effort to display colours as accurately as possible of all the works displayed on this site. The actual colours you see will depend on your computer monitor and therefore we cannot guarantee that the display of colour will be 100% on your side.
We offer a variety of framing options, so should you wish to use this facility, please contact us so that we can discuss options and send you an amended invoice. To make it easy we added this option when you purchase artwork, just click the option and we will contact you.
Delivery on items to be framed will obviously take a little longer, but once you accept the quote, we can give you a delivery date.
Looking for the perfect gift for a special person?
Look no further! We offer a variety of Gift Card amounts, or you can specify your own amount.
As an added bonus, you will receive an extra R100 bonus Gift card to use when you buy a R1000 Gift Voucher or bigger. Go ahead, spoil someone!
Yes we certainly do. If you like a specific one of our artist's work, but can't find what you are looking for, we can help! We can let you view a bigger variety of their works, or commission a specific artwork from them. Special commissions are payable upfront.
Linocut is a printmaking technique, a variant of woodcut, in which a sheet of is used for a relief surface. A design is cut into the linoleum surface with a sharp knife, with the raised areas representing a mirror image of the parts to show printed. The linoleum sheet is inked with a roller and then impressed onto paper. The actual printing can be done by hand or with a printing press.
Etching is traditionally the process of using strong acid or mordant to cut into the unprotected parts of a metal surface to create a design into the metal.As a method of printmaking, it is alongwith engraving, the most important technique for old master prints, and remains in wide use today.
The acid bites into the metal where it is exposed, leaving behind lines sunk into the plate. The plate is inked all over, and then the ink wiped off the surface, leaving only the ink in the etched lines. The plate is then put through a high-pressure printing press together with a sheet of paper.The paper picks up the ink from the etched lines, making a print.
Gicleé is a term for fine art digital prints, using a very high resolution printingwith a 12 colour pigment based archival ink printer, on acid freepaper.It has become very popular with artists and galleries, because of the exceptional high quality. It is done in very small print runs to protectthe value of the print.