Based in Portland, Oregon, Dan Stiles creates art that is a visual combination of music and design. Over the past 15 years Stiles has collaborated with artists, labels, promoters, and major corporations to create identities, custom packaging, and limited edition collectable art and merchandise. Stiles is perhaps best known for his Poster Art, working with artists across multiple genres the likes of Death Cab for Cutie, Sonic Youth, Arctic Monkeys, Cat Power, Hot Chip, Sigur Ros, Ted Leo, TV on The Radio, Dizze Rascal, Wilco, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, and countless others. His work has garnered numerous awards, is regularly featured in national gallery exhibitions, and has been reproduced in a wide variety of books and magazines from Graphis, Print, Step, GQ and Rockport Press. He draws from a broad swath of influences including classic skateboard graphics, album covers, modern art, Japanese design, old comic books, and vintage packaging.
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Posters are shipped rolled in kraft paper in a heavy weight tube, priority or first class mail, via the USPS.
ACCIDENTS DO HAPPEN. We ship a whole lot of posters. 99% of the time they come though just fine. But sometimes something gets jammed through the side of the tube or it gets run over by the mail truck or whatever. If these types of things worry you we can insure your order, or even flat pack it. This, however, costs a bit more. Contact us, we'll work it out. But please note, regular mail is not insured and does not have tracking numbers.
If you order a whole bunch of posters (more than 10) they get double boxed and insured. It costs more in shipping, but its better than destroying several hundred dollars of irreplaceable art.
Also, be sure to double check your shipping address.
We are happy to ship to just about anywhere. Due to a host of issues with First Class Mail we now ship using International Priority Mail via the United States Post Office. It ain't cheap. Usually it costs anywhere from $25 to $40, but it gives you a confirmation number so you know the item shipped. We are not responsible for foreign customs fees, nor the hold of items in customs.