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1.

When you receive the art print unpack it carefully. 

Take the art print slowly out of the cardboard tube, envelope or box and try to avoid any scratching and bending of the illustration artwork. 

2.

Unwrap the illustration out of the anti-scratch, water resistant and dust proof wrapping.

21x29,7 and 30x40 artworks require carefully peeling of the see-through wrapping.

If you ordered 30x40, 50x70 or 61x91 art prints or multiple art prints at the same time, you shall receive the artworks either in a tube or bigger box. 

In this case, if you’ve got paper artworks, roll them out on a flat, protected, clean surface and weigh them down with some books, while preparing your frame or hanging tools.

Paper art prints are more sensitive than canvas art prints. Canvas paper is more forgiving when it comes to bending due to its structure and how it’s made.

It has almost fabric like structure and canvas texture whose characteristic is the slight protrusion of the fibres that make up the canvas.


Therefore bended canvas prints don’t need additional weighdown before framing.

3.

While either your paper art prints rest or canvas art prints are waiting, prepare your frames and hanging tools for installation.

4.

Before putting the illustration art print into the frame, make sure there is no dust on the glass surface.

Best practices are cleaning the whole frame (outer frame + glass) and then waiting for it to dry, before laying down the artwork and closing the frame.