These terms apply to all artwork sales between artist Youri Visser-Benazeraf (the “Artist”) and the purchaser (the “Purchaser”) and must be considered as the agreement between the parties. Each artwork (the “Work”) is unique unless otherwise specified (for prints when available).
Sale: Artist hereby sells or transfers the Work to Purchaser at the agreed value in written form.
Payment: Ownership of the Work will only pass from the Artist to Purchaser on receipt of payment in full. The Work will not be sent to the Purchaser until the agreed payment amount has been received.
Copyright & reproduction: Artist retains full copyright and reproduction rights of the Work unless otherwise stated. Artist also retains full copyright for any preliminary designs and incidental works made in the creation of the artwork. Work may not be reproduced, sold or used for any profitable purpose without the expressed written permission by the Artist.
Marketing & promotion: Artist may use any images of the Work sold for promotional purposes, including any images shared by Purchaser themselves, directly or via any social media platforms.
Shipping: Artist and Purchaser will negotiate on which party will pay costs and expenses, including insurance, for the packing and shipping of the Work for delivery to the Purchaser. Shipping is available worldwide from tel-Aviv (Israel). Prices do not include Import Duty in Purchaser country or VAT (if any).
Address notice: Purchaser is responsible for insuring that their contact details are true and correct. Either party shall notify the other party in case of change of address prior to such change.
Damages, theft & misplacement: Artist is not responsible for any damages made to the Work except for those inflicted at the fault of the Artist or during the Artist’s possession. Artist will contact the Purchaser should this occur. Artist is also not responsible for any theft or misplacement of the Work. Artist will ensure packaging of the Work is safe and secure, and will provide postage and tracking details to the Purchaser once the Work has been posted. Purchaser accepts all possible risks once the parties reached an agreement and payment was made. If damages have occurred, Purchaser must notify the Artist within seven (7) days of receiving the Work, and must provide evidence of said damages. If the Work has been damaged and if additionally this damage is attributable to the Artist, but the Purchaser wants to keep the Work, the Artist will refund 50% of the full amount back to the Purchaser or as negotiated. Any damages, loss or misplacement caused at the fault of the Purchaser or during the Purchaser’s possession will not be refunded.
Notice of exhibition: Before committing the Work to a show, Purchaser must give Artist notice of intent to do so, telling the Artist all the details of the show that Purchaser then knows.
Non-destruction: Purchaser will not permit any intentional destruction, damage or modification to the Work.
Refund policy: If the Purchaser is unsatisfied with the Work for an appropriate reason, they must contact the Artist within seven (7) days of receiving the Work - this is valid only for prints or artworks that are neither unique nor “made to order” (commissioned). Disliking the Work or change of mind are not considered for a refund and cannot be returned. The Purchaser must state if they want a full refund or an alternative replacement. The Purchaser will have thirty (30) days to send the Work back to the Artist, otherwise a refund will not be made. The Purchaser must return the Work in original packaging with all documents, including this Agreement and invoice. Postage/shipping costs and expenses will be paid by the Purchaser. The refund will be paid back in full to the Purchaser at the discretion of the Artist once the Work has been received and in the described condition.
SECURED PAYMENTS - The available payment methods are: Paypal wire transfer or Stripe.
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