Namibia: Race To The Wreck - Rat Race Map
The perfect souvenir to remember your bucket list achievement of the Namibian Race to Wreck adventure!
Each personalised print is hand finished with acrylic gold dust, making each piece unique in its own right.
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Please include your dates or state if you do not want any.
Made in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland by Hebridean artist Eilidh Jamieson.
Fine art giclee print on 250gsm Epson cotton paperThe archival inks enhance the colours, with a luxurious texture.
EJayDesign brings the perfect souvenir to remember your bucket list achievement with Rat Race.
Dispatch times constantly vary depending on how full my calendar is. Please expect 4-6 week dispatch, but a more accurate timescale can be found on my shipping page at the bottom of the website.
These prints are unframed.
Personalised prints have a lead time of 6-9 weeks.
Merchandise and non personal prints are aim to be dispatched within 5 working days (normally around 3)
Royal Mail Tracked 48: £4.50
Royal Mail Tracked 24: £5.50
All prints are sent tracked via the Royal Mail at £12 - which is then handed to your countries national postal service.
International post normally takes 2-3 weeks but this varies, sometimes taking up to 8.
Please understand I have no control over this and therefore can not promise dates. Please be patient.
EU customers may incur a customs fee due to Brexit. This is not guaranteed and seems to be random.
Where are you dispatching from?
Your print will be sent from the Isle of Lewis in Scotland. Being an island, please understand ferries can be canceled and post is always slower, especially now with covid.
Can I return my print?
I always aim for make sure you love your print, but please do let me know if you have any problems.
Unless the print is re-sellable (gold and titles are not personal to the user), I can not refund approved mockups.
Biodegradable cello bags or tissue paper
Shipped in cardboard tubes or hard back envelopes.
A3 sizes will need to be flattened out.
Most protective packaging is locally recycled from supermarkets.