Additional policies and FAQ
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Why do the colors on my new print look different compared to what I see on the website?
Monitors and other digital display screens use an RGB color spectrum. Those display settings can vary wildly from one unit to the next, sometimes causing a misrepresentation of colors. We calibrate our monitors, printers and papers for consistent output so that each piece accurately represents the original design as we designed it. If we could calibrate everyone's computer monitor and digital device, we totally would but that undertaking would take centuries!