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FAQs

How do I place an order?
After you have selected a print you would like to purchase just click on the Add to Cart button. You can finish the ordering process by clicking on the Proceed to Checkout button, or you may continue shopping by clicking on the Continue Shopping button. You may return to your shopping cart at anytime to checkout by clicking on View Cart in the upper right hand corner of the header or the right hand column.

What payment methods are accepted by Keep Calm Collection?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. All prices are in US dollars.

Does Keep Calm Collection ship products internationally?
Yes, we ship our products throughout the world. To determine if we offer shipping to your country, please refer to the list of countries when checking out. International shipping times vary due to a variety of factors including customs processing.

How will my items be shipped?
All items are carefully packaged to protect your prints while in transit. Unframed prints are shipped via USPS first class mail.

What is your return policy?

We want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase. If you are not satisfied with your purchase for any reason, you may return your item within 30 days and we will refund the cost of your item. Return shipping costs are not reimbursed.

What are archival pigment based inks?
Archival pigment based inks deliver an unmatched combination of outstanding image quality and over 200 years print permanence on a range of media. You also get a wide color gamut, rich black density and true gray neutrality.

Why do the colors on the print I received vary slightly from what I see onscreen?
We have made every effort possible to present our prints in the most accurate manner, with high quality digital images and color matching. The color of the product you receive should closely match what you see on your screen. Nevertheless, the Internet as a medium is challenged to convey a standardized color/hue due to the variance in the manufacturer, settings, and age of monitors; screen images even differ by computer platform.