Shipping policy

All prints are carefully rolled and packed in a tube and shipped out from the artist studio in Tel-Aviv, Israel.

A Certificate of Authenticity signed and dated by the artist is included inside the package

Rolled works can be easily stretched (for canvas works, i.e. placed onto wooden stretcher bars) and/or framed by a local framer upon arrival. We highly recommend you send any works on paper directly to your framer for cautious and professional unrolling of the artwork.

Made-to-order items as prints may take between 2-4 weeks to ship (not including holiday periods). Once shipped, you will receive a shipment confirmation email with a tracking number.  You can track the shipment using the tracking number on the carrier's website directly  (i.e. FedEx, DHL, UPS, etc.). When shipping internationally, there may be custom delays. 

For international shipping, please be aware that you may be liable to pay import/duty charges which are not covered by our shipping fee. The buyer is responsible for the cost of shipping.

The buyer is responsible for any customs or import taxes, tariffs, or any additional fees by his local government. 

Shipping fees and taxes will not be refunded for packages that are refused due to unpaid VAT/duties.

We are not liable for any mishandling or failed delivery by the shipping service and we are not liable for any damage incurred post-delivery. We work hard to package each order with care so that it arrives undamaged, and we recommend you handle your new artwork with care when framing and stretching.

If your package has been lost, stolen, or if you missed the delivery, you must contact the shipping service personally to resolve this.