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Nice quality printing - Packaging was disappointin
Part 2 of my order: I also overall enjoyed my posters. The colors were vibrant and accurate. The weight and quality of the paper feels nice. The design staff was responsive when I asked a question during proofing. I was saddened to find that this also wasn't packaged well. The stack was placed bare and loose inside a cardboard box with nothing but stuffed coarse tissue paper to keep it in place. I didn't like that as I took the tissue paper out, it would all rub against the glossy surface of the posters. All the bottom left corners have a slight dent. All of this feels like it could have been avoided if the stack was wrapped in paper or glassine. I would rather they all come in a roll if it meant preventing the paper from getting dented.