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What do you charge for shipping?

We currently offer three different shipping options - Economy, Standard and Express. Your order total determines the shipping fee. Production and shipping times are estimates and are not guaranteed.

Learn more > Production and Shipping

Orders with large quantities (20+ items) or orders with multiple product types may take longer to produce. Ultra-large canvas boards and gallery-wrapped canvas require an $80 crating fee. If your project requires extra shipping fees, we will contact you before we ship it. 

How do I check on the status of my order?

The turnaround time for all products is 2-5 business days. Please contact us if you have not received an email with a tracking number within this time frame.

Can I make changes to my order after it has been placed?

If we haven’t started on your order, we can make changes.

We charge a change fee once we start working on your order. We usually begin on your order between 12-24 hours after you place it.

Will I receive tracking information once my order has shipped?

You will receive an email with the appropriate tracking information when your order is shipped. You will also receive an email when your order is delivered. Please contact us if you do not receive these emails.

Where do I enter my coupon code?

Enter your coupon code in the designated field on the checkout page.

Can my coupon code be applied after I place my order?

Unfortunately no, we do not allow the application of retroactive discounts.

Can I rush my order?

Although we don't offer rush orders, we are always willing to cater to your needs. If you have a specific deadline, kindly inform us, and we'll try to fulfill your request.

Learn more > Production and Shipping Options

Do you make everything in-house?

Yes, we make everything in-house. We do not outsource any part of our printing operations, which enables us to guarantee a higher quality product and a quicker turnaround time.

What is the largest size you print?

The largest size you can order online is 40x60. However, we do have the capability to print larger. Please contact us for custom sizing.

What file types do you accept?

We currently accept JPEG, TIFF, PNG, and PSD file formats.

Learn more > Artwork Submission Guide

What file resolution do you require?

We require a minimum of 150 pixels per inch for full-resolution fine art prints. Ideally, we would like more than 150 pixels per inch, but that is the minimum native resolution required to print without notable resampling pixelation.

How large can my file be printed?

The maximum size we can print an image file is determined by the pixel dimensions of your original file after cropping. To determine the printable size options based on your file size, divide the pixel dimensions of your image by 150. For example, 3600 pixels by 2400 pixels, once divided by 150, would yield a maximum print size of 24 x 16.

What color settings do you require?

Our shop is RGB. We prefer submitted photos to be full-size JPEGs embedded with an Adobe RGB (1998) color profile.

What is a Giclee Print?

A Giclee print is a high-quality inkjet print created with ultra-fine nozzle printers, producing a detailed and vibrant result. It's a preferred method for artists and galleries due to its superior color accuracy and depth compared to traditional prints.

Learn more > What is Giclee Printing?

Why should I choose a Giclee Print over other print types?

Giclee Prints stand out because of their incredible detail, longevity, and color accuracy. The inkjet printing process ensures a wider color gamut and higher resolution. This means your artwork or photograph will be reproduced with an unparalleled depth of color and fidelity.

How long do Giclee Prints last?

With proper care, Giclee Prints can last for decades without noticeable fading. When kept out of direct sunlight and under protective framing, they willl retain their vibrancy and detail for up to 100 years or more.

What type of ink is used in Giclee Printing?

The Stackhouse uses archival-quality, pigment-based inks for Giclee printing. These inks are renowned for their longevity, resistance to fading, and vibrant color quality.

What type of paper is used for Giclee Prints?

We use premium, acid-free fine art papers. These papers are specifically designed to absorb the high-quality inks we use, ensuring a stunning, detailed print every time.

Learn more > Choosing the Right Media for Your Fine Art Prints

How should I care for my Giclee Print?

Avoid placing your print in direct sunlight or humid environments. When framing, consider using UV-protective glass to ensure the longevity of your artwork.

Learn more > Handling and Caring for Your Fine Art Prints.

Can I replicate original artwork with Giclee Printing?

Absolutely! Many artists choose Giclee printing to create high-quality reproductions of their original works, which can be sold as limited edition prints.

How is the color accuracy of Giclee Prints ensured?

At The Stackhouse, we calibrate our printers regularly and use color-matching techniques to ensure that the print you receive is as close to the original or digital file as possible.

What if I’m not satisfied with my Giclee Print?

Customer satisfaction is our top priority. If you're not pleased with the quality of your print, please get in touch with us, and we'll address your concerns promptly.

Learn more > Our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

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