downbytheriver wrote:Nope - 'wont be contacting anyone, never crossed my tiny little pea-sized mind.
I mean, drymount me man, the thing was cheap and the shipping was like 2 bucks. I learned when I was 'bout seven yrs. old in the isle of the candy store...you get what you pay for.
I don't care for whiners...whether they're justified or not - especially when they've no reason to piss and moan.
While there is PLENTY of reason here to bellyache...I look at it like "Buyer Beware".
My purpose for describing the size, condition of the tube was really just so those of you wondering how the drymount to get it out of the tube might do so without jacking the print up even worse.
There are no genuine creases - amazingly enough, nothing the hot table won't fix up in a few minutes flat.
While it certainly is a shame that a cool edition of 50 like this could fall into such amateurish hands; It is what it is.
If you guys file a class action lawsuit, have the attorneys send my 1cent settlement in the form of a contribution to expressobeans.
I got my copy just like everyone else, but the creases if you will, aren't really genuine like downbytheriver says and I can only see them on the back of the print. They do not show on the front. I'm pretty sure that my copy will flatten nicely when I give it to my framer and his hot table also. That's not to say that others copies aren't completely destroyed, but mine appears to be in acceptable condition and I'm pretty sure that you won't see anything wrong with it after it's framed.
I hope others have the same luck.