Frequently asked questions
What is the Difference between Regular, Slim and Ringer Fit?
- A great everyday t-shirt with a classic straight.
- 100% cotton heavyweight t-shirt*
- Seamless twin needle collar
- Taped neck and shoulders
- Twin needle sleeves and hem
- Tubular body
- Weight: White 175 gsm, Black 185 gsm
- High quality, soft, thick shirt with a touch of elastane to add stretch and softness.
- Slimmer fit for a more fashionable look
- 96% cotton/4% elastane single jersey*
- Stretch fabric for a modern fit
- Cotton bound neck
- Hemmed sleeves
- Twin needle stitching
- Weight: 190 gsm
- This is the softest of our Tops and in our opinion has the comfiest fit
- Slim to the body Straight fit tshirt
- 100% cotton
- Contrast cotton/Lycra® rib neck and cuffs
- Taped back neck
- Twin needle stitching at neck, sleeves and hem
- Weight: White 160 gsm,
- As this fit dose not contain elastane it dose not stretch as much as the slim fit, there for if you prefer a looser fit we recommend sizing up
What size T-shirt/ hoody should I get?
To find your size take a flexible tape measure and measure around your chest in inches,
X Large: 46/48"
X Large: 44/46"
These tops have a tighter fit than our slim and are not as stretchy.
X Large: 48"
2X Large: 52"
How should I Wash my Tshirts/ hoody?
As our tops and hoodies have been digitally printed if they are treated correctly the colours will not fade if washed correctly
Turn your shirts inside out and wash on a cool setting of 40 degrees or less.
Can I get a top printed in a different colour?
That is certainly a possibility, if you have one of our top designs in mind that you would like printing on a different colour T-shirt feel free to drop us a message and we will see what we can do and we can discus colour options and any changes that we may need to make to the artwork to get it to print on a different colour top.
What is the diffrence between a Giclee and Lino print?
A Giclée print (pronounced Gee-clay) is often known as an archival print.
These prints are reproduction prints and are not classified as original pieces of art. (Although they can be worked on top of to create original art work. )
A giclée print is a fine art digital printing technique using high quality pigment onto archival acid-free paper using high end ink jet printers. Unlike printing from a normal home use printer tests have shown that giclée prints can last over 200 years with out fading (providing they are not placed in direct sunlight)
The printers that we use are members of the Fine Art trade Guild, meaning you can be assured that the artwork is printed to the highest quality (at times we find the prints can look better than the original!)
A lino print on the other hand is considered an original piece of artwork, this a relief printmaking technique created from a block of lino. To create the print, a design is drawn or transferred on to a block of lino, and then the negative non-printed aria is carved away using a verity of calving tools leaving the positive printed aria raised.
Once carved the block is inked using a brayer (roller), and pressed onto paper either by hand or using a printing press this transfers the inked image in mirrored form onto the paper. I print everything by hand.
Due to the nature of the printing process: the amount of ink applied to the block, and the amount of pressure applied while printing each print can come out slightly differently, as such each print is considered an original piece of artwork and not a reproduction (like with giclée prints) and this combined with the amount of time it takes to create a print from carving through to printing proses is why the cost of lino prints will be more than that of a giclée print.
Both printing techniques create beautiful pieces of art.
I love one of your prints, can I get it printed in a diffrent size?
For Lino Prints we can unfortunately only print in the size of the carved block.
For Giclee prints we can certainly print in different sizes, please get in contact with this size you have in mind.
Each piece of work will have a different maximum size that we can print too, where we are able to preserve the detail of the artwork before it becomes pixelated.
For prints of custom sizes we work with our printers to ensure the same high quality is preserved.
To save on time and to keep costs down for the customer the prints are dispatched directly from the printers.For Lino Prints we can unfortunately only print in the size of the carved block. For Giclee prints we can certainly print in different sizes, please get in contact with this size you have in mind. Each piece of work will have a different maximum size that we can print too, where we are able to preserve the detail of the artwork before it becomes pixelated.For prints of custom sizes we work with our printers to ensure the same high quality is preserved. To save on time and to keep costs down for the customer the prints are dispatched directly from the printers.
Can i get a tattoo of your work?
Firstly I want to thank you enough for loving one of our pieces enough to get it tattooed!
If you would like to get our work tattooed I would ask that you buy a print from us first, not only dose this support me as the artist but it also means that you will have the best quality image to give the tattoo artist to use as reference!
I would also ask that you send in an image of the finished tattoo (if you feel comfortable) we love seeing how you choose to display and style our work and tattoos are no exception.
I have changed my mind can I return?
Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Return items back within: 30 days of delivery.
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for: Custom or personalised orders and digital downloads.
Buyers are responsible for return postage costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
All returns must be marked as a return, if returning an item from over seas this must be clearly marked on the customs label, if it is not any import and custom charges received upon the return entering the UK will be deducted from the refund.
When will my item be shipped?
We aim to ship your order as soon as possible from the date of order/ payment; this is typically with in 3 working days.
For our t-shirts, Coaster sets, and Moneyboxes these are often printed to order and dispatched directly from the printers. These are typically dispatched within the same time frame however in the lead up to holidays such, as Christmas dispatch times can be slightly longer.
When will I receive my order?
All items are shipped by First class Royal Mail, outside of the holidays most first class post is expected to arrive next working day however delays can happen and in busier times post can take up to 5 working days an occasionally longer to reach its destination.
Please note that with the current Covid-19 outbreak some sorting offices are experiencing significant delays due to staff shortages and an increased amount of items being posted.