We framed a copy of this now famous, historic edition of the Chicago Tribune for a client. It’s double matted in gray and “Cubbie blue” with a crisp white frame. Conservation clear glass helps preserve the paper and prevent fading.
Two frames were double stacked to create this eye-catching design for a Pearl Jam gig poster. The outer frame is black with an orange pinstripe; the inner frame is orange inset with black. Conservation glass provides UV protection.
An antique child-sized golf club and family photo make a handsome arrangement, shadowboxed in a classic and clean frame design. Walnut moulding complements the wooden club and dark tones of the photograph. The angled layout is striking against a cream-colored fabric mat. Museum glass provides a crystal-clear view and UV protection for these treasured family heirlooms.
A pair of psychedelic Grateful Dead tickets and concert program get center stage floated on a red mat, surrounded by a white mat. The deep bevel of the frame draws the eyes in and the sleek silver detail mimics the holographic surface of the tickets.
We designed a unique arrangement for a client’s antique items: a watch, a medallion, spectacles, a bible, a dried bloom, and tools from a shaving kit. The pieces are floated on a textured fabric mat and shadowboxed in a rich, dark brown wood frame for a clean and classic look.
These marathon medals from six races run in four different countries – including an Abbott World Marathon Majors medal – make a strong statement as one framed piece. Each medal has its own mat window with a silver fillet and mounted on a black mat. A dark brown frame completes the clean, simple look that lets the medals stand out.