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What does 'Localised Production' mean?
Most of our posters are printed on-demand by our international network of printers, at the printing facility closest to your delivery address. We have printing partners in 30+ countries, cutting shipping distances and costs, among other advantages.
In this context, 'localised' (also spelled 'localized') means that the product is produced as locally as possible in relation to the customer's address, instead of all posters being produced in the same country (in our case Denmark) and shipped internationally.
In general, U.S. orders will be produced in and shipped from the U.S., while orders from within the EU will be produced within the EU, and so forth.
'Localised Production' vs. 'Studio Prints'
The only exceptions are our Studio Prints — limited edition prints which are shipped directly from our studio in Denmark, so we can sign and number them, and often add other hand-embellishments such as stamps, paper embossing, etc.
You can easily tell whether a poster is 'Localised Production' or a 'Studio Print' by these labels on the product page:
Production- and shipping countries
Orders with Localised Production are printed and shipped (fulfilled) from these 32 countries:
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Greece, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
All orders are carefully routed by our partner's advanced production algorithms, based on a combination of shortest distance to your delivery address, and stock availability. In rare cases, if an ordered product (e.g. a frame) is not available at a printer in your specific country, orders may be produced internationally, even though your country is on the list above. This happens very rarely, though.