FAQ

  • What are the differences in the styles that you offer?

    The different styles that we offer are based on the styles of artists and artistic movements in pop art. If you are uncertain what the different styles will look like on a finished piece, we encourage you to look through our Showcase, which features before and after photos of our pop art prints.

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  • Which style should I choose?

    The style that you choose will depend entirely on your own personal preferences, or the preferences of the person you are purchasing the item for if it is being given as a gift. There are a variety of styles available. Some are more “pop art” than others, such as Classic Pop Art, Graphic, and Lichtenstein. Options such as Color Splash and Vintage are better for those who prefer traditional prints, but who want something a little bit different.

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  • How do I apply a coupon code?

    You can apply your coupon code on the shopping cart page while placing your order.

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  • Why are the number of subjects limited for some sizes?

    We want to ensure that you receive the highest-quality painting possible. In order to paint faces, our artists need at least 3x3 inches of canvas/paper to work with. Adding multiple subjects to smaller size canvases limits the room for the artist to clearly display facial details or background elements.

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  • Why aren’t smaller sizes available?

    We want to ensure that you receive the highest-quality painting possible. For faces, our artists need at least 3x3 inches on the canvas/paper to achieve the best level of detail you'll be happy with. An artwork with a canvas/paper smaller than 8x10 inches will give no room to our artists to display clear facial details or background elements.

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  • Many of the Pop Art prints in your showcase don’t have backgrounds, or feature artistic backgrounds. Will you do this with my print?

    It is all a matter of which style you choose, and what your preferences are. Keep in mind that some photographs with busy backgrounds do not translate well to pop art prints, and we suggest toning the background down or eliminating it altogether for a better piece of art. However, you will always have the final say, and we will not print your order until you have approved the final design.

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  • What other kinds of editing can you do?

    It is hard to say what we can and cannot do. If you have any alterations to the original that you would like made, leave a message in the comment box and we will communicate with you to determine what can be done. With highly stylized Pop Art prints that are not in “realistic” colors, you can ask for favorite colors to appear in the final print. You can also ask for color to be added to a black and white photograph, to have objects added or removed from photographs, and even for older photographs to be retouched.

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  • What happens if I don’t like the design after you have created it?

    You will always have the final say in the design of your photograph, and we will work with you to create the perfect design for your pop art print. Never hesitate to make suggestions about changes you would like to see to the design. Just keep in mind that major alterations, such as the removal of a background, count as one of your modifications.

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  • I want to combine two (or more) different pictures in my print. Can I do this?

    This is possible, and it is a common modification choice. Just remember to upload all of the photographs that will be needed for the design on the order page or send them to us in an email, and tell us which elements you want in your print.

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  • I have a black and white photo I would like to see colorized. Can you do this?

    Not only is this possible, it can be a great design choice for a pop art print. You can either choose to have one or two elements in the picture colorized with our Color Splash design style, or you can have the entire photo colored. Just remember to tell us in the comment section if there are any specific colors in the design, such as eye color or hair color.

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