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London Marathon shirt 2014

London Marathon shirt 2014


Posted on Jun 5, 2014

We recently framed this London Marathon shirt. We also printed out the photo of the runner on our Epson printer and incorporated it into the frame. Congratulations to Ian for completing his first (and only?) marathon, the frame is now in pride of place on his wall.

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Framing famous bits

Framing famous bits


Posted on Apr 7, 2014

There’s a lot to creating a stunning piece of art from everyday and exciting objects. One of the many exciting things we have framed are signed football shirts. We thought it would be fun to share with you the process which we go through in order to frame these bits of fame. How we frame a football shirt – First we insert a foam board filler, each one is cut individually for each shirt to get a nice tight fit, not a ‘one...

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Bit of a Lift

Bit of a Lift


Posted on Mar 31, 2014

We recently framed this rather dark picture for a customer who wanted to give the picture a ‘bit of a lift’. Previously it was framed with a dark mahogany wood, so as a complete contrast we fitted this stepped frame in three lighter neutral shades. We then added a grey and charcoal double mount to finish it off. It also gave the picture an element of depth.

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Tennis Memorabilia

Tennis Memorabilia


Posted on Mar 1, 2014

One of the more complex frames we have supplied recently was this tennis memorabilia piece. As you can see there were a number of elements that had to be incorporated into the frame. It was a surprise gift for a gentleman’s 60th, he played that year at Wimbledon and had kept the various bits & bobs for years tucked away in the attic. His son gave them to us to frame and once framed they are now in pride of place in his...

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Dance Me To The End Of Love

Dance Me To The End Of Love


Posted on Feb 28, 2014

This piece of art is one of Jack Vettriano’s best known works. We framed this for a client who wanted something modern, light and simple. By using a simple silver frame, we matched the light yellow colour in the painting to bring out a surreal hue and create a piece that really stood out.

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