Terms & Conditions
We ship worldwide. In order to keep shipping costs low we
operate flat rates based on order value.
All our items are posted via Royal Mail from London, U.K.
We dispatch to the shipping address that you supply when placing an order.
We will process and ship your goods as quickly as possible within
seven business days, although usually within 1 – 5 business days.
Crispin Finn is not responsible for local or international shipping delays
such as holidays, strike days, or customs delays.
Crispin Finn is not responsible for any additional customs duties or taxes.
We are not responsible for any lost, stolen, or damaged shipments.
The buyer assumes responsibility of claims made with the shipping carrier.
If you have any special shipping requirements or need to change an order destination address then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We use Paypal to securely handle all payments on this site.
All our prices are in UK Pounds and include VAT. If you are ordering from outside the UK, Paypal will handle any currency conversions.
We do not share customer information or details with any third party.
If you are not completely satisfied upon receipt of your order,
please contact us immediately at email@example.com
You have up until seven days of receipt of your order to cancel and return
items, and must provide us with proof of postage within this time.
Any items returned to us for refund must be in their original packaging, in
as-new condition with no evidence of damage or use.
The customer will be responsible for shipping costs associated with the return of an item and we require that an item is returned to us via registered mail to enable us to track the return of the item.
We take no responsibility for deliveries being returned
to us which go missing or are undelivered.
If the above conditions are met a full refund will be issued.
Paper and Printing
Crispin Finn use high quality water based TW Systems
screen printing inks to create their prints.
All prints are on carefully sourced papers with consideration to the environment, using recycled or lighter weight papers
where possible and appropriate.
Unless stated our screen print editions are open editions. This means they are hand screen printed in small batches, embossed with our signature logo and hand dated in pencil with the year of printing.
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Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any further questions.
She Lights Up The Night
Unique screen printed mirror for exhibition She Lights Up The Night and auction in aid of Refuge Charity, organised by They Made This and BBH.
Typographic work and illustrative elements for Grey London’s Lucozade Find Your Flow campaign.
Temple Contemporary Calendar
Illustrated month of events for Temple Contemporary, Tyler School Of Art, Philadelphia, U.S.A.
Typography and illustration for U.S. Wired magazine cover and content with photography by Art Streiber, art direction by David Moretti.
Commissioned design and mural for Coca-Cola celebrating 100 years of the iconic curvy bottle.
V&A Museum Printmaker’s Calendar
Design for the month of November as part of the 2016 V&A Museum Printmaker’s Calendar.
TFL Oyster Card Wallet
Transport For London x Design Junction x Outline Editions commission for Oyster Card wallet celebrating the forthcoming launch of the Night Tube.
Commute Nice London/ KK Outlet
Slogan and poster design for KK Outlet’s Commute Nice London initiative and exhibition.
Identity and menu design for Burgerac’s Burgershack, at the Royal Oak, London.
Esquire Butchers Chart Illustration
Butchers chart illustration for “Steak of the Nation” feature in Esquire Weekly digital edition.
Shots Magazine – Mother London Takeover
“My Family Cried The Happy Way” – illustration for Mother London’s takeover of Shots Magazine, Issue 151.
The Doors Exhibition
An exhibition at BBH London.
Six framed giclee prints on 300gsm archival paper, tape, door handles.
We were intrigued by the “mystery” door incorporated into the BBH exhibition wall – an inaccessible door that is never opened, part way along the exhibition space. We started to wonder what might be behind the door and this led to the idea for the exhibition – a series of new works exploring the idea of a row of doors, each using the frame of a print to suggest a door window pane and the print itself giving clues as to what might be behind it. The “fake” doors were drawn in tape onto the wall to match the dimensions of the real existing one, and a door knob fixed to each to create the effect of a corridor of fictional entrances.
Design work for the Jersey based Branchage Festival including website icons and banners, posters and merchandise.
University Affairs Magazine
Front cover and full page illustration for University Affairs Magazine “Enrolment Crunch” article.
Secret 7″ Virginia Plain
Unique sleeve designed for Secret 7″ based on the lyrics to Roxy Music’s “Virginia Plain” in aid of War Child.
Lavender Parade Mural
Mural for Lavender Parade in Mitcham, London, commissioned by Studio Weave and the London Borough of Merton.
“Sex On The Beach” – Beach London
Screenprinted ephemera we created for the cocktail event “Sex On The Beach” at Beach London Gallery.
Passing The Time – Brothers & Sisters
Window vinyl installation for agency Brothers & Sisters reception, Clerkenwell, London.
London Cycling Campaign
Design work for London Cycling Campaign – Space For Cycling initiative logo, campaign icons, LCC repair tags and coasters.