Delivery time is approx. 1-5 days depending on size and detail. When ordering you will receive a confirmation of your order and an expected shipping / pick-up time. To this comes the shipping time. All items will be shipped as packages with tracking.
It is also possible to pick up your poster yourself.
Pick-up location: Blandt Andet, Matthæusgade 21, 1666 Copenhagen V
Right of withdrawal and return procedure
As a customer you have the right to cancel your purchase. And you can therefore return the ordered delivery in the original packaging within 14 days of receipt. If you regret a purchase and want to return your delivery, you must send your delivery to the above address.
In case of delivery of faults or defects in the delivery, the buyer must advertise to Blandt Andet within 14 days from receipt. The product is sent with a copy of the invoice to the above address.
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GICLÉE PRESSURE - which is pronounced in the direction of "zhee-clay" is a modern printing technique that is increasingly used in the manufacture of high quality prints or lithographs. The technique nowadays guarantees long-lasting, bright colors and highly nuanced color prints that reproduce fine nuances optimally. Giclée is used both on paper and canvas.
It is not an inexpensive printing technique, which is why giclée prints are used primarily in the production of exclusive art prints. Giclée is produced from a digital source, typically a digital photo in the highest achievable resolution. Then a special inkjet printer is used to spray the colors on the paper or canvas, often in a quite thick layer. The technique is attributed to Frenchman Jack Duganne, who in 1991 was the first to use giclée for the production of high quality art prints.
Giclée usually refers to a numbered print or a unique print, printed on paper / canvas of archive quality with fully pigmented inks that are UV-stable.
V. Made by Thomas
1666 Copenhagen V
Phone +45 28 34 04 26
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