There is never a dull moment in the world of custom design. The Awards Project forced us to push our imaginations to get just the right fit for our client satisfying need, want and of course…delivering a final product that was completely ‘wow’!
Our goal has always been to show what custom framing can do for any item or art piece. To give people that ‘wow’ moment when they see their item at its full potential.
We recently had a blast doing a presentation for The Lakeshore Camera Club. Interesting topics were discussed and I thought that some of the key points might benefit you. So today’s blog is all about photography and framing.
For several years now, we have had some fun with the month of February by renaming it ‘Frame-uary’ and coming up with a fun promotion that celebrates framing.
It’s the end of the month and I don’t know about you but I’m happy to say goodbye to January. February means that Spring is almost here and I for one can’t wait! Transforming and refreshing seem to go hand in hand with Spring and today’s top 3 pins are all about transforming pieces into amazing end results!
About 20 years ago, The Framepro fell into the custom-framing world by responding to an ad in the paper for a job opening in Beaurepaire Village. Now, we’re headed back to where it all started…
We were honored to be asked by the Visual Arts Centre to present a specially tailored framing seminar last week at their facility in Westmount. Many of the artists who frequent this great establishment, either as students, teachers or collaborators often require framing services specific to their needs. This talk focused on what should be considered when framing for exhibition and sale.
Often we think of custom framing as a something that is specially designed to showcase an artwork’s best features and look stunning on the wall. When it comes to our commercial clients, ‘custom’ refers to both the design and what it needs to do.
Matt has been called many things by many people, but he loves being called the Framepro! Learn more about this business guru, designer, and owner.
We recently completed work on a really great project with Otsuka Pharmaceuticals. Last year, they had contacted us for help creating a gallery wall that celebrated the achievements of their staff. Together, we planned out what would eventually become ‘Club D’Excellence’, which not only was an eye-catching installment, but also told the story of the company’s themes, goals and successes over the last few years.
One of the challenges a fundraising event faces is finding ways to thank donors without breaking the bank. That’s where we come in! Using items unique to the event you can create a beautifully framed gift of appreciation that donors will be proud to show off. It will also serve as a subtle reminder of their continued support and bring further awareness to the cause.