We’re in an artistic frame of mind with our latest partnership.
Back in the day (and by that, we mean a few years ago), print framing was an expensive, exasperating process. But one stylish and tech-savvy service named Framebridge changed the frame game and there’s no going back. In fact, we love the way they do business so much that we’re partnering with them on a series of exclusive custom prints that launch today.
The debut series includes new work ranging in style and medium, but all with a modern point of view. Photographers Nicole Cohen and Leslee Mitchell capture daily scenes and moody settings, while colorful aerial photographs by Daily Overview Project highlight human impact on Earth. Hand-drawn illustrations by Kate Worum and Amber Vittoria play with shapes, color, and the feminine form.
So how does the service work? After selecting your favorite print(s), choose a size and frame finish (metallic gold, pewter, clean black and clean white). Your order will get sent to one of the company’s Maryland or Kentucky factories, where skilled craftspeople bring the framed piece of art to life. By keeping the process under one roof, Framebridge can ensure quality control and timeliness. Each print is filled on demand and the prints will be refreshed over time.
It’s time to finally finish that gallery wall after all.