Hot foil stamp - Hand signed - 25 - 2019
|Title of artwork:||God Kills|
|Technique:||Hot foil stamp|
|Image size:||21×14.8 cm|
|Total dimensions:||21×14.8×21 cm|
|Sold with frame:||No|
Iconic print from young british artist Alex Bucklee.
Artist- Alex Bucklee
Title- God Kills
Medium: Screen print
Paper: Hot foil stamp on 350gsm Smooth Southbank paper
Size: 21 cm x 14.8 cm
Will be shipped in a strong postal tube.
Catawiki member since March 14, 2019, received 16 reviews in total (16 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||86.7% (16 reviews)|
|(last 12 months)|
Took nearly four weeks to arrive
Damaged on arrival and suspicious rubbed out pencil marks on piece
No response from sellerRe delivery time, we had lengthy conversations and it being royal mails issue.(which you acknowledged).
Re no response not sure why this has been put. If the print arrived damaged a claim will need to be processed, with photos showing damage.
All wonderful, thank you!
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Artwork arrived damaged due to being poorly packed without any protection in a flimsy paper envelope.Message Bellow sent to seller without any response.
Asked for images due to courier causing the damage, no response given by the buyer.
If there was an issue, images should have been sent.
“ Hi I’m so sorry this has happened. This is out of my control and down to the courier.
Please can you send me some pictures which shows the damage. As I will need these for insurance purpose.
Please can you contact catawiki and let them know :)
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|Rest of Europe||$42.91|
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