Picture Frame Training

We are about to take a step in a slightly different direction and will soon offer training for picture framing for these:
Hobby Framing
Frame It Yourself
Insight into professional framing
You can learn with either our top of the range professional equipment or items more suited to the hobby framer.  We can tailor the training to whatever you […]

By |January 31st, 2013|News|Comments Off on Picture Frame Training

Rugby shirts R Us!

We had a couple of rugby shirts brought in recently, the first an England shirt signed by Charlie Sharples when he visited Droitwich RFC and the second is a shirt signed by the Exeter Chiefs’ 2011 -12 squad.  Both frames included a photograph and small window for some text.  Please let us know what you […]

By |July 10th, 2012|Framing projects|Comments Off on Rugby shirts R Us!

Advertising our business

After deciding to use the car for advertising our business we were determined to use a provider in Worcester.  After research we visited Sign Here (Loves Grove, Worcester) for a discussion about design and layout and very quickly agreed on the following:

If you see us driving around Worcester please give us a wave!

Many thanks to […]

By |June 6th, 2012|News|Comments Off on Advertising our business

3D Framing for memorabilia

One of our specialities is the framing of 3D items and recently we have had another opportunity to demonstrate our abilities in this field.

This frame and the following have been made from lime wood with a protective coat of neutral wax.  Both are double mounted with the board cut to reflect the shapes of the medals.

The […]

By |March 21st, 2012|Framing projects|Comments Off on 3D Framing for memorabilia

Embroidery from 1950s

A few weeks ago a customer came to us with 3 embroideries completed by her mother in the 1950s and wanted them re-framed before she gave them to her daughter as a gift. 

Originally, they were all framed with the embroidery touching the inside of the glass and when we opened up the old frames found some […]

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Mr Brainwash

We have recently completed yet another Mr Brainwash Limited Edition print called ‘Reborn’.  Mr Brainwash is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker and Pop artist whose real name is Thierry Guetta.

More about Mr Brainwash at his website – http://www.mrbrainwash.com/about/about.html

This has been framed to conservation standards; the artwork is held in place underneath the deep bevel mountboard with […]

By |January 17th, 2012|Framing projects|Comments Off on Mr Brainwash

Ronald Searle and Roger Lewis

One of our regular customers is the author Roger Lewis (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Roger-Lewis/e/B001H9XV7C) and amongst the items he brought round to be framed recently were 2 Ronald Searle originals.  The first is Searle’s initial sketch for Roger’s latest book and the second is Searle’s final artwork draft to the publishers for printing the book cover.

Roger decided that he would […]

By |October 11th, 2011|Framing projects|Comments Off on Ronald Searle and Roger Lewis

Spoons and a Jaguar

Just a few pictures of a couple of interesting projects we have recently completed.

A small collection of spoons bought from a second hand shop, a little bit of effort with some silver polish and then neatly presented in a shallow box frame.  The inside of the box has been lined with some black velveteen and […]

By |September 30th, 2011|Framing projects|Comments Off on Spoons and a Jaguar

A little bit of charity

Following a visit to St Richard’s Hospice in Worcester we offered to frame a few items to highlight some of the work carried out by the Family Carers Group.  The decision taken was to frame 5 masks decorated by both the Young Carers and the Adult Carers. 

These 2 masks were made by the Young Carers.  […]

By |September 26th, 2011|Framing projects|Comments Off on A little bit of charity

Recent framing

We thought that we would like to show you a look at some of the items we have framed in the recent past. 

This set of frames (there were actually 6) were made up for an exhibition and the artist sold all of them within a week!

These 33 double mounted apertures in a single frame were […]

By |September 13th, 2011|Framing projects|Comments Off on Recent framing