Wet Teeth in the Darkness 11 Danger

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Postby 7th_son on Sat Jan 14, 2012 8:36 pm

This one went straight to the wall in a big ole frame.

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Postby mlinderer on Sat Jan 14, 2012 8:41 pm

I'm now second guessing my decision to pass on this one. Looks great. I saw the painting at Rotofugi and I think the prints may look better than the OG.
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Postby mtarail on Sat Jan 14, 2012 9:31 pm

I'm always impressed with your framing, 7th son, going back to your Jones arcade fire. That looks amazing.
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Postby whatisbartfour on Sat Jan 14, 2012 9:32 pm

Just got a call from Jensen. Was just told that all of the Wet Teeth prints have a slight corner damage. Sucks that not one made it mint. Very nice guy though. I'm still happy about the print. Everyone else get the call yet who ordered?
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Postby xangelx on Sat Jan 14, 2012 9:38 pm

You got an actual phone call on a saturday night? Thats some service. I got an email about it, sucks but what you gonna do, nice of them to offer a discount and I'm sure its nothing that major.
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Postby 7th_son on Sat Jan 14, 2012 9:40 pm

mtarail wrote:I'm always impressed with your framing, 7th son, going back to your Jones arcade fire. That looks amazing.


Hey thanks man, I really appreciate that, do them all myself, americanframe style. :)

This one came from the Danger's TME sale.
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Postby mlinderer on Sat Jan 14, 2012 9:51 pm

7th_son wrote:
mtarail wrote:I'm always impressed with your framing, 7th son, going back to your Jones arcade fire. That looks amazing.


Hey thanks man, I really appreciate that, do them all myself, americanframe style. :)

This one came from the Danger's TME sale.


I used to used AF for all of my framing, but the shipping cost on the larger frames was counteracting the savings from buying from them.
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Postby mhanc on Sat Jan 14, 2012 9:58 pm

Just got this e-mail from Gallery 1988. Another G1988 snafu:

Hey everyone.

As you know, we have had quite an insane amount of issues with these prints
over the past month and a half. From a lost shipment, to a delayed shipment
- we didn't think anything else could go wrong. We opened the box from
Daniel today (as he signed & numbered them) and realized that all of the
prints have incurred a crinkled fold in one corner. This damage could
easily be masked by framing, or lessened over time by flattening it, but we
know neither is ideal and we always promise to deliver you pieces in mint
condition. We would like to offer you a 20% refund if you would still like
the print(s) sent to you, based on both this new damage and the
unpredictable wait you've endured. Again, we are terribly sorry for
everything that has come with purchasing this print, and if you would no
longer like to receive it, we can also offer you a full refund in it's
place.

Let us know how you would like to proceed with your order.

Apologies.

Jensen
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Postby rmoore on Sat Jan 14, 2012 10:05 pm

mhanc wrote:Just got this e-mail from Gallery 1988. Another G1988 snafu:


That doesn't completely sound like G1988's fault...
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Postby 7th_son on Sat Jan 14, 2012 10:28 pm

mlinderer wrote:
7th_son wrote:
mtarail wrote:I'm always impressed with your framing, 7th son, going back to your Jones arcade fire. That looks amazing.


Hey thanks man, I really appreciate that, do them all myself, americanframe style. :)

This one came from the Danger's TME sale.


I used to used AF for all of my framing, but the shipping cost on the larger frames was counteracting the savings from buying from them.


Yeah the shipping costs are quite high, especially for oversize stuff, and extra especially for international orders like mine, but amazingly it still beats the local cost by a wide margin. This one was an oversize order. Even with AF offering free shipping in the US at the time, international orders (if Canada should even count as that) certainly got no discount. But I digress, and am very happy with the results they've provided me over the years.
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Postby mtarail on Sat Jan 14, 2012 10:56 pm

7th_son wrote:
mlinderer wrote:
7th_son wrote:
mtarail wrote:I'm always impressed with your framing, 7th son, going back to your Jones arcade fire. That looks amazing.


Hey thanks man, I really appreciate that, do them all myself, americanframe style. :)

This one came from the Danger's TME sale.


I used to used AF for all of my framing, but the shipping cost on the larger frames was counteracting the savings from buying from them.


Yeah the shipping costs are quite high, especially for oversize stuff, and extra especially for international orders like mine, but amazingly it still beats the local cost by a wide margin. This one was an oversize order. Even with AF offering free shipping in the US at the time, international orders (if Canada should even count as that) certainly got no discount. But I digress, and am very happy with the results they've provided me over the years.


I'd really recommend that you guys try framedestination.com. They don't charge any oversize fees. Their selection isn't nearly as big as AF, but if you're doing something like 7th Son, with some combination of black moulding and black/white mat, they'll have what you need. (And no, I don't work for framedestination, but I've been much happier with their customer service than AF).
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Postby whatisbartfour on Sun Jan 15, 2012 1:13 am

rmoore wrote:
mhanc wrote:Just got this e-mail from Gallery 1988. Another G1988 snafu:


That doesn't completely sound like G1988's fault...


Yah, it was shipping. Wasnt on G1988 at all. If anything they are handling this pretty well.
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Postby rmoore on Tue Jan 24, 2012 12:20 pm

Fedex just delivered mine. WELL worth the wait, and I do believe this is the first time I've ever received a print with a check attached. Corner ding was minimal, nice of them to offer a partial refund though. This beauty is going up on the wall very soon!
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Postby ChefFerrari on Tue Jan 24, 2012 1:22 pm

7th_son wrote:This one went straight to the wall in a big ole frame.

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Is that a custom job ? This print looks tits in person
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Postby 7th_son on Tue Jan 24, 2012 2:27 pm

ChefFerrari wrote:
Is that a custom job ? This print looks tits in person


It's an American Frame DIY job, custom size of course.
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