Registration - The Print Exchange
12 artists have already signed up!Saâd A. Tazi - Morocco
Natalia Tcherniak - Canada (Ontario)
Joe Klaus - New York
Scott Walling - Canada (Ontario)
Dan Dawson - Massachusetts
Gabriel O'Brien - Oregon
Christopher O'Flaherty - Connecticut
Linda Baker - Australia (Victoria)
Becky Darge Christensen - Iowa
Adell Shetterly - Oregon
Carla Marie Bratt - California
Omar Gonzalez - Texas
This is registration for the 2nd Print Exchange, by Lunch Money Print
Deadline to register for the 2nd Exchange is by November 30th 2019. Artwork must be finished and ready to mail by December 31st 2019.
Explore participating artist's artworks from the last print exchange here.What you get!
- A box set of 10 unique prints
- Professional Photograph of your print
- Your artwork included at a show at Marquee Gallery in Connecticut
- Your work for sale on our website
What size are the prints?
The plate/block size of each print is 8" x 10" (20x25cm) and paper size is 11" x 13" (28x33cm).
Do the prints have to be this size?
Yes, the prints have to be this size, or they will not be able to fit in the gift box. Smaller prints will shift around during transit.
How many copies of prints do I have to send?
Please make 11 copies of your print
Where do I send my edition?
Please send your artwork to the following address.
770 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06510
Can monotypes be used for the exchange?
Where on the print do I sign and edition?
Prints should be in a closed edition of 11. The edition number is put under the plate/block impression to the left, with optional title in the middle, and finally signed on the right along with the year number
Does it Cost Money?
Yes, it takes a lot to keep Lunch Money Print moving, and the cost goes towards creating the print exchange gift boxes, storing artwork, covering shipping costs, and producing the event. Also, we greatly appreciate the support. As an artist, make sure to write this expense off on your taxes at the end of the year!
Where do I ship my artwork to?
Artist's send their prints to Lunch Money Print's frame shop/print studio in Connecticut where Chris, one of the co-founders will receive the artwork.
Who pays for shipping of artwork from the artist to Lunch Money Print?
The artist covers shipping to the shop, and we recommend sending the work in a cardboard flat, with newsprint in between each layer.
What happens if the prints are lost or damaged in the mail?
Mail carriers often come with base insurance of $50-$100. Artists can put additional insurance when shipping to Lunch Money Print in CT, but it isn't required. Only the person who sent the package can file a claim with the mail carrier. If the prints arrive damaged in Connecticut, Lunch Money Print will notify the artist. In the event of damaged or lost box of 10 prints back to the artist, Lunch Money Print will offer a refund to the artist, as the limited edition prints can’t be replaced.
Am I able to get a refund if I don't finish my edition on time?
Lunch Money Print reserves the right to not refund participating artists.
What type of print media is allowed?
We aren't too picky and most forms of printmaking are allowed except for digital prints, and prints with high relief (3-dimensional qualities).
Are photographs allowed?
Sort of.... definitely traditional darkroom techniques, but if its a digital process make it is awesome!
Email Chris at chris(at)lunchmoneyprint.com