After I removed my poster from the test tube, it was all curled up. How do I fix this?
Like a shy mollusk taken from its shell, a Pop Chart print fresh from its test tube may for a period of time remain curled inward upon itself. To emend this, you have several options. You may unroll the poster, place several heavy books upon each end, and allow it to sit for a day or two. Or you may pop the poster directly into a frame that will give it no choice but to remain flat. Or you may curl the poster the opposite direction around the shipping tube, secure both ends with rubber bands, and allow it to sit for an hour or two, thereby giving the shipping tube a chance to serve man one last time before it returns to the earth from whence it came.
My poster arrived damaged. Now what?
We pack our posters in sturdy, damage-resistant test tubes, but on occasion mail couriers do manage to completely destroy them. Would that they knew the fine products contained within the boxes they so wantonly mangle! If you’ve received a poster that has sadly suffered a cruel death en route to you, please email us a clear picture of the damage at firstname.lastname@example.org within 15 days of receiving it and we’ll send out a replacement forthwith.
Do you accept returns/offer refunds?
Most of our products are returnable within 30 days of receipt, as long as they are undamaged and in re-sellable condition. Just email email@example.com and note your original order number.
What’s the deal with shipping?
We’ve helpfully included a hyperlink in our shopping cart that contains all manner of information on shipping. Click there and all will be revealed. Or, here are the broad outlines: a. we ship all over the world; b. we offer several speeds of shipping, at appropriate prices; and c. we don’t kill our customers on shipping charges and in fact offer free standard shipping on domestic orders of $50 or more.
How can I offer Pop Chart merchandise in my retail store?
Check out our Wholesale Inquiries page for more information.
How do I find out when Pop Chart releases new merchandise?
Do you do commissioned work?
Pop Chart is now accepting a limited number of design commissions.
Our designs and illustrations have been commissioned by and featured in magazines and websites such as Fast Company, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Spin Magazine, New York Magazine, Good, The Economist, Bloomberg, BBC America, Not Cot, The Laughing Squid, Deadspin, Uncrate, Buzzfeed, The Daily Candy, Design Sponge, and on The Today Show.
Contact the Director of the Pop Chart Design Department, Ben Gibson, at firstname.lastname@example.org with inquiries.