Here you can find a list of our Frequently Asked Questions. If you have any other questions you can’t find back here, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org at any time.
I missed one of the trips, but would still like to buy the print.
You might want to be a little bit more pro-active next time! Luckily for you we have a print archive, where we sell prints of trips that haven’t sold out yet. Unfortunately for you these prints are more expensive. Because the trip has already taken place and the artwork has already been made, the price has doubled.
Where do you make your prints?
We are very happy and proud to have found our printing partner in Utrecht, The Netherlands. This printing studio is run by Joris Diks, and he’s responsible for every print of our project. This way we’re able to promise a consistent quality for every print.
How many prints are made?
Each screen print is created in an edition of 50. Each print is numbered and signed by the artist him or herself.
How and when will I receive my print?
Once the artist has returned from his or her trip they start creating their artwork. This process, along with producing the screen prints can take up to 3 weeks. With our announcements we usually give an indicated shipping time.
Who is paying for all the trips?
The pre-orders of the print finance each trip, so by buying one of the prints you are helping the artist find their inspiration and create the artwork. Together we are co-creating a unique artwork.
I’m an artist and I love to travel, how can I participate in your project?
At this moment we do not have an open application process. We pay close attention to a variety of artists and when the time is right we contact the artists ourselves with an invitation to join our project. Keep working and make sure your work gets out there and maybe one day we’ll be in touch.
How do you choose the locations for the trips?
We try to travel off the beaten path. Go to new places and explore new parts of the world. The most important factor is that the artist in question has never visited the location before. Other then that, it can be anywhere – a city trip, a cabin in the woods, a road trip or hiking in the mountains.