This matted, shadowboxed design in silver and pale gray transforms a greeting card into a sparkling gem of framed artwork. Museum glass allows the card’s 3-dimensional jewel and pearlescent paper to be seen with utmost clarity.
We framed a signed, limited edition Foo Fighters/Wrigley Field print for Foundations of Music’s “Rock for Kids” silent auction in autumn of 2015. This striking piece combines a white mat with a color core and an ornate skull frame.
Custom framing creates a stellar showcase for an authentic “space wings” pin, circa 1954-55. The deep turquoise mat and ivory and silver frame complement the age and colors of the vintage collectible on its original paper backing.
The pin was offered as a promotion on the “Rocky Jones, Space Ranger” show. Sponsored by Silvercup Bread, viewers could receive a pair of space wings by sending in one bread wrapper. We were thrilled to frame this special nostalgic token for our client.
A striking portrait by Cuban artist Julio Venegas is floated on a cream-colored mat, spaced to give the artwork center stage. A gold fillet and dark frame surround it with a beautiful combination of texture, line, and shape.
We framed a set of Chicago-based artist Ryan Kapp’s “4 Seasons” in sleek, white lacquer. Fillets in the same style but different colors add whimsy and a vibrant pop to this contemporary, clean-lined framing design.
Hockey season is back! We’re still celebrating our most recent Stanley Cup win with fun and funky designs for memorabilia.We floated two special edition magazines on a mirror finish frame, surrounded by red and black lacquer frames. This sharp design is fronted with Ultra Vue plexi glass for maximum clarity.
This is a gorgeous watercolor on paper by John Adams called “Two Moons”. It was floated on a fabric mat, and then framed inside one of our newest frames. This frame has a deep bevel, so the artwork is set back a bit from the front of the frame, giving the piece a minimal yet dramatic look.