DOT & FOX PRINT SHOP

F.A.Q

Hopefully all your questions are answered here if not then please hola by dropping me an email and I am happy to help: dotfoxprintshop@gmail.com  

How long will it take for my print to arrive?  Well provided that Royal Mail plays ball it should take 7-10 days.  I will send you notification once its ready to go so you can keep your eyes peeled.  However I cannot guarantee this time frame as the post can sometimes take longer but I will do my best. 

Other notes on postage. Please double check that you give us the correct email and postage address at checkout, I cannot be responsible for the loss of items or delay in them arriving due to incorrect deets. thanks x.  

Can I exchange a print or return one for a refund.  Sorry we do not offer refunds due to the small nature of our business, exchanges are not possible due to the delicate nature of the prints.  

Can you do a custom order for me?  Hell yeah, if you like a print or poster in an alternative size then please do shout and I can do this for you just drop me an email.  

Do you sell your prints wholesale?  Yup indeed we do if you have a shop and are interested in stocking our products then email me for a wholesale brochure.  

What is the paper stock that you use?  Our A1 posters are printed on 120gram matt paper which will be posted all rolled for you.  Our 'Yummy limited editions prints' are printed on fine art paper weighing 300grams and are matt in finish.  The small packs of prints are superfine matt stock again 300 gram.  Each paper stock has been sourced and proofed and ultimately chosen to compliment the style of the print.  Any ideas on how I can frame the prints?  The 5x5 inch square prints are ideal to put up in a small nook or your office, or kitchen, I display mine using washi tape or good old blue tack or you could peg them up on some ribbon or string or a simple small frame.  If you are investing in the 'Yummy limited edition' prints then I would say a frame is the best way to go.  I head to either IKEA or HABITAT or a local framer for this.  Alternatively you could opt for the very cool bulldog clips which is very on trend right now. So what to do with the A1 well, I display mine using tape again or again a trusty reasonably priced frame from IKEA.  Other ideas are using 4 magnets and put 4 nails in the wall and where the corners are the magnet will stick to the nail.  It looks really nice and seamless as if it is floating off the wall.  The large posters are big and so are best viewed at least one metre away to achieve the full impact.  

Any enquiries or questions please drop me a line at dotfoxprintshop@gmail.com I would love to help xx