Frequently Asked Questions
Just for the record:
Mad Wonders is a tribute from an independent artist to express his love and appreciation for the Sneaker Culture. All artwork is inspired by the subject (i.e. the sneaker) of each artwork and does not represent or have any association/affiliation with the company/brand of the subject. All artwork is created with the love and respect for the subject, the brand/company of the subject, and the culture of the subject.
All artwork is subject to the artistic interpretation, aesthetic choices, and style of the artist.
Can I request a custom size?
Yup. Email email@example.com and let me know what you are looking for. Prices will vary depending on the size of the artwork.
Can I request a custom colorway?
I am currently not taking custom colorway requests. However, your suggestions are always welcomed. You can send me your suggestions on the Contact page, and I will keep my eyes out for them.
Do you ship international?
Yes I do, via DHL. Check out the Orders & Shipping Page under the FAQs section for more information.
What Credit Cards do you accept?
Currently, Mad Wonders accepts Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, JCB, and Diners Club. Paypal and Apple Pay are also accepted.
Can I get my artwork framed by Mad Wonders?
Currently, I am unable to provide that service, but I am definitely working on it. All prints will come unframed for the time being. However, each size was put into careful consideration with frames that are accessible on the market. The most convenient choice of frames are the square RIBBA frames available at IKEA. Please measure accordingly.
Matte or Premium paper, which do you recommend?
It all depends on what you're looking for.
If you're not too concerned about the subtleties and longevity of the artwork, the Matte paper is the better option.
If quality, details, material composition, and preservation are what you consider, then the Premium paper is your best bet.
Both papers receive and produce the artwork beautifully. In terms of appearance, the difference between the two is in the subtleties. In terms of preservation, The Premium option, will ensure the longevity of the artwork.
For more detailed information and comparisons, see the Premium vs Matte Paper page under the FAQs section.
What is "Adobe RGB expanded color gamut?"
Adobe RGB is a color space setting for the printer that includes a wider spectrum of colors (an expanded color gamut,) more than traditional CMYK printers. The ability to produce artwork with the Adobe RGB color space achieves a vibrancy, brilliance, and richness that CMYK printers cannot.
What's the difference between 300 dots per inch and 72 dots per inch?
Each artwork is made using 300 dots per inch (dpi) resolution. It is a high-resolution standard that ensures quality, clarity, and accuracy of the artwork. The web images display the artwork at 72 dpi, which has a significantly lower resolution than the actual artwork itself. This is to note that the physical prints are made with a higher resolution quality than what is displayed with the web images of the artwork.
Note: All products are represented and displayed as accurately as possible. However, due to different types of monitors and monitor settings, it cannot be guaranteed that your monitor's display of any color will be accurate.
If you have any other questions, feel free to reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.