Shipping policy
Shipping policy

Wayne Vivier facilitates shipping of artwork on behalf of the buyer. We use trusted and reliable courier delivery services and use road transportation to ensure that your artwork arrives safely. Shipping costs are calculated from the artist's studio in South Africa to your chosen address. Average delivery time once payment has cleared our account within South Africa is 10 - 14 working days. For international delivery 14 21 working days. Dispatch times may vary according to availability and any guarantees or representations made as to delivery times may be subject to delays as a result of postal or courier delays, or force majeure, for which we will not be responsible.

Shipping will be packaged and billed separately for each item at checkout.

At this time waynevivier.co.za website only ships domestically.

However, international deliveries can be arranged with Wayne Vivier by contacting him at waynevivier@gmail.com

When ordering goods from Wayne Vivier for delivery overseas you may be subject to import duties and taxes, which are levied once the package reaches the specified destination. Any additional charges for customs clearance must be borne by you; we have no control over these charges and cannot predict what they may be. Customs policies vary widely from country to country, so you should contact your local customs office for further information.

Unwrapping your artwork:

Please follow these simple steps on receipt of your artwork:
Check the packaging for any scuffs, punctures or other damage. Make a note of any found and please photograph it. Do not sign for your package until you confirm it has reached you in perfect condition.

Carefully unwrap the artwork, on a clean, solid table, which is clear of all other materials and liquids, and check again. If you find any damage, which is not discovered at the point of signing confirmation of receipt, this damage must be reported to Wayne Vivier via email to waynevivier@gmail.com within 24hours of receipt. Please photograph it and make a written, dated description.