Who is Stripe?
Stripe (stripe.com) is the third party payment processor I use. On your credit card statement you will see hartcar.com in the transaction details.
Who is letsencrypt.org?
Lets Encrypt is a non-profit provider of SSL/TKS certificates. I use them to ensure your credit card details are sent with full encryption. Lets Encrypt was established by the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG) a California Public Benefit Corporation and sponsored by many non-profit and Fortune 100 organisations.
Do you accept commissions?
Sure. Contact me using the green button towards to bottom right of the screen and we can work something out.
Can you print one more because I really want one and they are sold out?
Sorry, with limited edition prints I only do one run in that size and colour combination. Get on our mailing list and you will be one of the first to be notified when new prints become available. Plus get $10 off your first order.
With the limited editions, can I request a particular number?
Yes, although your choice can’t be guaranteed if it has already been sold. These requests will be treated on a first come first served basis.
What is the difference between silk screen printing and regular printing?
Silk screen printing or just screen printing is more of a hand made process and hence, each print may be slightly different. Ink is pressed through a mesh screen on to the flat stock, paper or canvas, rather than applied to a print press or squirted out of a digital printer.
Will my print fade over time?
Depends. The inks and paper are designed to last. That said, be sensible about where you put it and try and avoid constant direct sunlight. Using archival safe glass is a good option. They are really just like any other art work and use commonsense.
Do you sell framed prints?
No. I leave the choice of frame up to you. I try to size them to fit standard frames which helps.
I don’t have a frame yet, so how should I store the print?
Prints are shipped rolled in a tube and should be not be stored for too long this way. It’s preferred to get them framed as soon as possible. Best to take it to a professional framer and let them unroll, flatten and frame the print.