FlowingPrints – I screwed up, so here’s the NEW deal

Posted to Site News  |  Nathan Yau

Okay, I totally dropped the ball on this one. I must have proofread the designs a gajillion times before sending them out to print, but I missed a typo in one of them :(.

So here’s the NEW deal: it’s a pair of prints at a lower price, and you can still save $20 with the code in the previous post (or email, if you’re subscribed to that way).

As a pair, we get two contrasting views into the data, statistical and illustrative.

Visit the site to find out more.

UPDATE: It turns out the “typo” was not a typo at all, so we have our complete series again. For my stupidity, I’m keeping the price at what it was when I only had a pair up, so you’re essentially getting three for the price of two. Sorry for the confusion.

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