A few words about packing your posters to send.
Parcels containing up to six posters are a triangular prism-tube made of corrugated cardboard. We chose this form for the greatest rigidity, allowing you to keep the poster inside from crumpling. And at the airport, the movers will not be able to put anything on top of such a box. For additional safety of the poster inside the box, we wind it on a foam cylinder, which avoids deformation in case of compression of the roll. When you receive the parcel, you need to carefully remove the roll from the corrugated box, remove the bubble wrap and unfold the roll. This should be done with clean, dry hands, since the poster is essentially a large photo.
After unpacking, we recommend leaving the poster on a horizontal surface for a while so that it can straighten out and return to a flat state. It is best to do this out of the reach of children and animals.
For an example of unpacking, see below.