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A: We understand that sometimes, for one reason or another, your artwork might not quite work as you’d hoped. With our free 14 day returns, sending an artwork back is simple and hassle free. Get the full details on returns here.
A: Our curators work to provide you with access to unique and high quality original artworks from artists on the rise. Find out more about how we curate here.
A: We work with a team of highly skilled craftspeople to create beautiful, bespoke frames for your artwork. These are made with quality and the conservation of your artwork as our top priority. Learn more about our framing service here.
A: If you’re buying an artwork that is coming from a different country to your delivery country, there may be an additional customs fee to pay which won’t be included in your shipping costs.
A: Own Art financing allows you to spread the cost of your order over 10 monthly interest-free payments. This is currently only available to UK residents.
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Artwork physical size measured as height by width by depth. Artwork purchased with a frame will usually be 5cm (2.5in) longer in each dimension.
David Schmitt, also known as "Tuyo" is a self-taught artist and printmaker based in the south of Germany. His work is inspired by archaic forms, ancestral mythology, and the repeating symbology of cultures around the world. Fascinated by similarities in expression and art he tries to point toward the importance of community, compassion, and the reflection of our modern values.
"For me, art can be a way to reconnect with our human experience as we often stumble upon the archetypical forms and symbols which seem to be reproduced again and again throughout different times in human existence."
*1994 in Bamberg, Germany.
▯Communication Design, University of Applied Sciences Augsburg