When removing your print reach in with clean hands and gently twist the print to make it smaller, slowly pull the print out from the centre. DO NOT pull quickly at a corner as you may create creases or buckles!
All of my screen prints are hand-printed by me personally. I take great pride in the craft of printing, but it is a manual process, and subject to the idiosyncrasies of the human doing the printing. There will be some variation in editions of print – each one is unique in some, generally small, aspect. Likewise Riso prints are prone to variation – registration may float to a degree, and ink roller textures and graininess are a part of that process’ charm and appeal.
Images on the web site are indicative of the work you will receive, and will have been faithfully photographed, but monitors and devices will vary in how accurately they present colours and tones. If colour accuracy is highly important to you, I suggest you look at the images on more than one device/computer, to reassure yourself.
Print measurements are generally provided on the basis of page size, as opposed to image dimensions – which may be quite fluid in some cases.
I would advise that you wait until you have received your order and measured your print before purchasing a frame so that you can ensure you have the right fit to your preferences.