Where are the artworks from and who are the artists?
Our gallery is a handpicked selection of artworks from subways of the suburbs to salons of the Louvre. Contemporary, masterpieces, urban and abstract art findings by up and coming street artists from around the world as well as amazing classical artworks.
The artworks are selected to match stylish interiors in private apartments as well as public spaces, co-working offices and corporate areas.
Are the artworks limited editions?
Our artworks are printed 20 times only. Once an artwork runs out, we never sell it again. This way you will always have a truly unique piece of art.
What materials do we use?
We print on 4 different sustainable materials: acrylic/plexiglass 4 mm thick, aluminum-dibond 3 mm, white 5 mm hardboard and black 10 mm hardboard, also called Forex/PVC.
Do we ship for free?
We always offer free shipping right to your doorstep. EU shipping 7-12 working days. More info see Shipping.
If I want to change or return my artwork?
Our free return-policy lasts 30 days. For details see footer Returns and Refunds. Same policy applies if you buy a gift for a friend. He or she can easily return or change the artwork and we will reimburse the shipping cost.
How do I hang the artworks?
Included Floating Hanging Plates makes hanging art super easy - and no framing needed. The plates makes the artwork float 10 mm from the wall and gives it a premium gallery quality. The brushed aluminium plates feature a self-adhesive pad on the reverse for applying directly onto the artwork together with two foam pads included.
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Do we contribute something to the environment?
As a eco-aware pop up gallery we always use as environmental friendly materials as possible. We believe we all have to do something to help fight pollution of our planet and we try to do our best by using recycled materials for the artworks.
What is the Ocean Cleanup Project?
We donate 5% of our sales to Ocean Cleanup Foundation to help fight pollution and clean up oceans from floating waste materials. You can also take the ocean cleaning into your own hands and make a contribution. Simply go to www.theoceancleanup.com/donate