About by Javi Cazenave
Javi Cazenave a.k.a hav (b. 1988, Cádiz, Spain) works across art, architecture and design, exploring the relationship between spatial experiences in architecture and their graphic representation. After completing his MA in architecture at the University of Seville and La Villete (Paris), Javi moved to London where he currently lives and works.
His artwork has been featured in several group exhibitions including: Who are we, Trampery Fish Island, London (2019); Magic Wave (online exhibition curated by YNGSPC and Mark Joshua Epstein) (2019); Context Free, Espacio Gallery, London (2018). Cazenave’s recent solo exhibitions include 3:30. Three Series, Thirty Works at Playground London (2019), and Nunnery Gallery (2020).
The set includes x2 A2 prints (or x2 18×24″ prints for US shipped orders)
Sustainably sourced, 220gsm archival grade fine art papers
Printed using water-based inks and professional 12-colour giclée printers, with colour vibrancy that’s protected for 80+ years
Shipped in rigid, crush-resistant, spiral wound postal tubes
Made from high-quality, sustainably sourced and FSC certified wood. Finished with an acrylic glaze, for greater durability and UV protection
Milled with simple clean lines and presented with a satin finish by a specialist picture framer
Carefully glued, pinned and sanded for a seamless look and feel
Arrives ready to hang with the necessary back fixtures
How should I care/look after my print?
Giclée prints are renowned for their quality and extreme longevity, which is why they’re displayed in museums, art galleries and private collections. So it’s important to properly protect and care for your new pride and joy. This is why
we always say it’s best to buy your print already framed, as this will avoid it getting damaged. But if you’d prefer to buy a standalone print or use your own framer, try to avoid leaving it rolled for too long
To uncurl or flatten a print, carefully remove it from the postal tube whilst keeping it covered in the protective acid-free tissue paper. Lay it out on a clean, flat surface, image side up. With the tissue paper covering the print’s image,
place some smooth, flat objects (like books) on the ends and middle of the print. Let your giclée print relax over-night and it should be nice and flat. Avoid uncurling it by rolling the print the opposite way to receiving it, as you
can easily crease it if done incorrectly
Having a frame that is FSC certified and created from 100% acid-free materials is vital. It keeps the artwork in mint condition across the years and ensures the colours stay true. If you don’t opt for one of our frames, make sure you buy
one of the same quality, otherwise, the materials can damage the print over time and sunlight could fade the colours
What are the delivery costs?
Delivery costs may fluctuate slightly up or down depending on your post/zip code
Zone 1 Delivery Prices (UK)
Zone 2 Delivery Prices (Europe)
Zone 3 Delivery Prices (Australia)
Zone 4 Delivery Prices (US)
What are the delivery times?*
To eliminate waste and allow for our bespoke frames to be handcrafted, everything sold on DROOL is made to order. But this doesn’t mean crazy long waiting times, as print labs operate 24/7. Unframed prints are usually dispatched within
2–4 working days and framed prints are normally dispatched within 3-7 working days. *Please allow for longer production times during the coronavirus outbreak
What is your returns policy?
My item arrived damaged, or I was sent the wrong item
On rare occasions, items can get damaged in transit. If this is the case, simply let us know within 14 days by completing our returns form and we’ll happily get a replacement sent out. Simply send us a few photos of the damage
The item arrived and I don’t like it
Just contact us within 14 days of receiving your order and we’ll let you know how to return it. You’ll need to repack the item in the original packaging it came in and enclose any dispatch notes. Once it gets back to us, we’ll refund you. The item must be unmarked and in the same condition that you received it. You’ll need to cover return shipping costs