Both a framed work of art and a finicky antique cannon add a lot of personality to a living room at the simple expense of a few holes in the wall. Maximize aesthetics while minimizing structural damage with this Groupon.
$35 for $130 Worth of Art and Framing Services
Custom poster framing ranges from $5 to $75, and the extensive art collection includes items such as a 16”x16” print of baroque tile in amethyst or amber ($102) as well as a 16”x24” print of photographer Doug Landreth’s Aqua Door ($127).
The gallery of Art Devons sells art pieces while providing services such as custom framing, mounting, laminating, and digital printing. The more than 3,300 images housed in the online gallery are priced according to size and artist and are subdivided into categories such as Americana, a section where customers will find depictions of American scenery ranging from coffee shops with free WiFi to grain silos with free WiFi. Realism gives way to impressionistic and geometric designs in the abstract gallery, and waterfront scenery dominates the coastal division.
Customers can also browse by color, orientation, artist, and more; stumped patrons can send Art Devons a digital image of the room or pup tent they plan to decorate, and the staff will suggest art pieces to fit the room’s scale and decor free of charge. After framing a poster or procuring a digital print or canvas transfer, customers leave better equipped to decorate than when they came.
With the help of Pixtac.com, customers create collages of their favorite photographs that boast clean, borderless designs and allow the photography to tell its own story. Customers simply upload their photos—baby portraits, say, or wedding pics—and pick a template depending on how many photos they'd like to include and what shape they want the collage to take. They can choose a filter that best gels with the mood of the photos, and Pixtac takes it from there. The resulting floating glass collages lack gaudy frames or distracting borders and therefore let the photos tell a visual narrative of the event, whether it's an exchange of wedding vows or a father's purchase and subsequent wearing of a souvenir fanny pack.