F.A.Q


Do you offer discounts for multiple purchases? Education or Non-Profits?

For custom gallery sizes, or educational discounts, please email us at info@theunknownarchives.com, and we will provide you with a custom quote.

Discounts for quantity purchase of unlimited editions will be applied to your cart at checkout.
  • 2 prints: 4%
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  • 3 prints: 7%
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  • 4 prints: 10%
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  • 5-prints: 14%

Do you ship internationally?

Your checkout cart will automatically price international shipping costs.

International Buyers - Please Note:
Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to buying.

Can I order a size that is larger than the one listed on the website?

You can order a custom size of any of the images in the book.  

In addition to the print sizes listed, we have printed large exhibit sizes for galleries and institutions.
Unknown Fallen Exhibit Sizes – Printed on Cotton/Canvas
cm                         inches
1116 x 816          43.9 x 32.1
1488 x 1088        58.5 x 42.8
1860 x 1360        73.2 x  53.5
2232 x 1632        87.8 x  64.2
744 x 1088          29.2 x 42.8
1116 x 1632        43.9 x 64.2
1488 x2176         58.5 x 85.6
1860 x 2720        73.2 x 107.0

Can I order a print that is not listed on the website?

Please contact us if there is an image in the book that you would like to order.  We will give you a custom quote.

What is the certificate of authenticity?

This is a document that certifies your limited edition print as an archival print from the Forgotten Heroes Foundation 14-19.  Luc Ferier signs each letter, verifying your print as an authentic, limited edition fine art print.  

Can I order a print of a single page from the book?

Yes.  Please contact us from the website form if you want to custom order a page from the book and we will give you a quote.

What’s a giclée?

A giclée is a fine art term used to describe museum quality prints that have been created using fade-resistant, archival inks with high resolution, prepress proofing, digital printers.

What’s the difference between limited editions and unlimited?

With a limited edition, once the number of artworks produced has reached the set maximum number for that specific edition, the artwork can never again be reproduced in the exact same manner.
In an unlimited edition, the artist and/or publisher allows for multiple reproductions of the artwork in a particular method of creation.