Only one artwork? For one week? Seriously?!
Yes. That`s the idea. We want to make sure that the focus is on one piece of art only. The artist gives permission to sell his art for one week. Each week there will be a new artist featured. 52 weeks a year.
What sizes and quality are you offering?
Currently our standard size is A2. We might be able to offer different sizes in the near future. Most of the online shops where you can buy art do digital printing. We do offset printing on 250g uncoated
fine paper. Please note: we need an overall minimum order from different customers in order to be able to start with offset printing. If we don`t reach this minimum order we
will send you a digital print - also great quality, same size and price. You don`t have to do anything.
If you only like to have an offset print, please respond to the order confirmation e-mail saying that. Then we will transfer the money back to your account as soon as the countdown is over.
What does "offset print" mean?
Offset printing is a printing technique in which the inked image is transferred (or "offset") from plate to a rubber blanket, then to the printing surface. Offset printing will bring consistent high image quality and produces sharp and clean images.
How do I know what kind of print will be offered next week?
You can subscribe to our newsletter or become fan of our social media profiles on facebook, twitter, instagram, tumblr and behance. We will announce each new print right after the current deal is over.
Do you ship worldwide? What are the shipping costs?
Yes! We ship with secure poster carrier all over the world.
Germany: 4,00 Euro
Europe: 11,00 Euro
Rest of the world: 17,00 Euro
How long will it take to ship my item?
As soon as the countdown is over it can take up to 7 days for shipment, depending on the area you live.
How can I pay?
You can pay with paypal, credit card and Sofort Banking.
What about my personal data?
You can rest assured that your personal information will never be rented, sold, or otherwise shared with any third party. If you want to delete or change your personal information please write an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I change or cancel my order?
Yes, you can change your order by sending us an e-mail through our contact form with your name. Changing and cancelling is only possible until the countdown is over, not afterwards.
Can I send back the item?
Yes, you can. But please bear in mind that we are only a small company and every return will cost us time and money. So please make sure you
only order when you really want to have the print. As soon as we get too many returns we will have to price it in and the posters might get more expensive.
If the shipped item arrives damaged we will send you a replacement for free. Please send us photographic proof.
Shipping charges are non-refundable. Shipping charges of the returned item are buyer's responsibility.
I am an artist and want to know how this works.
Every artist gets a share from the art we sell for him. Of course! You won`t have to worry about anything: we promote, print and send your art. If you want to be featured on limited-posters.com just send us a message through the contact / submit field with some information about you and a link to your work. We will get back to you as soon as we can.
How do you decide which artwork will be featured?
We flip a coin! No, seriously, first of all we have to like it and this is very subjective. So if we don`t take your art that does not mean that it's not good, it just means that we have no clue and when one day your artwork hangs in the MOMA someday we will kill ourselves for not having seen your potential. Sorry.
How do you decide on the charity organisation the money will go to?
The artist chooses the charity where we should donate the money to. He can choose amongst these.
If you know of any other charity organisations that we should have on our radar, send us a message through our contact form.
Due to VISA/Mastercard regulations we are only allowed to offer a certain amount of charities.
Do you also offer prints with framing?
Unfortunately not. Maybe in the near future.