You're browsing the electro-racks of the official online store of Christopher Berry. I'm a designer & illustrator based out of Minneapolis, MN, as well as the proprietor of the internet's smallest paper goods concern. That is to say, thank you in advance for your patience.
I'll be slowly adding products, improving the site, and generally getting better at this as I go. In the meantime, here are the answers to your most pressing queries:
“WHAT ARE MY SHIPPING OPTIONS?”
Each week's orders are wrapped up in kraft paper and taken to the Post Office every Saturday morning. Currently I use a flat rate for either USPS 2-Day or 1-Day Priority (which option will depend on your shipping address) in roomy 3" x 26" ULINE kraft tubes.
If you have any special requirements (a last minute gift or just your on-demand-everything-culture-related impatience) get in touch before you make your order.
"HOW CAN I PAY YOU?”
Straight plastic, homey. Payments are securely accepted with Stripe.
“DOES SALES TAX APPLY TO ME?”
Only if I'm shipping to an address in the state of Minnesota. That's the law of the permanently frozen land.
“I DON'T LIVE IN THE UNITED STATES, WILL YOU SHIP INTERNATIONALLY?’
First of all, your English is phenomenal. Kudos to either your instructor or Google Translate app. The answer is yes, but we'll need to parlay first. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, shipping address, and order. We'll get it sorted.
“IS YOUR WORK COPYRIGHT-PROTECTED?”
Yes. Now let's get to what you're really asking.
Are you trying to put any of the work featured here on your sweet design blog or inspirational tumblr? Go for it. Get in touch. I'd love to see it.
Are you attempting to sell or license any of the work featured here? Sorry, I didn't know I was speaking to a business tycoon. You should DEFINITELY get in touch with me. We'll figure out something.
“HOLD UP, HOW IS THIS DIFFERENT FROM YOUR SOCIETY6 SHOP?”
Society6 does lovely work with a 4-color giclée print process. They are, however, an on-demand mass print service with limited creative production options.
The work in this shop will be made up of screen prints, lithographs, risographs, and possibly hand drawn or collaged work. That means hand-mixed spot colors on a range of heavy paper stocks. For better or worse this stuff is handmade. Each print will have variations in registration and ink coverage (read: mistakes are part of the process). Of course if you have a problem with anything you receive, just let me know and we'll make it right.