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Reviewed February 8, 2012
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What You'll Get
Frames are the only thing stopping art thieves from sneaking into paintings, stealing all the Renaissance hats, and leaving behind with a gallery full of bald, confused-looking peasants. Prioritize art preservation with today's Groupon: for $45, you get $100 worth of framing services at Art Frame Studio on Castro Street in Mountain View.
Art Frame Studio, a coalition of framers both inhumanly precise and humanely noncommittal about your taste in art, are eager to fit elegant custom borders around your favorite painting, scroll, or certificate. You'll find a frame that suits any study or tower laboratory among the shop's hundreds of mouldings. From there, choose the finest UV-resistant glass to protect your vampire paintings from the ravages of sunlight, and select museum board to preserve valuable works of art with museum-grade matting. Art Frame Studio's specialists also frame Asian art and scrolls painted on rice paper through wet-paste mounting, a rare and difficult process that most framing shops will not attempt.
- The owner is incredibly patient and helpful in selecting different frames and boarders [sic]. I never felt rushed and he seems genuinely interested in making your poster, art, etc. shine. – Nick K., Yelp
- They gave good suggestions on how to frame it and gave me a reasonable price. The result was very good. The work was flawless and delivered on time. – cam, Google Maps
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for custom framing services. Not valid for framing already in-process. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Art Frame Studio
The proficient framers at Art Frame Studio employ high-quality framing materials and seldom-used techniques to efficiently preserve photographs and documents. Using rice paper and wet-paste mounting techniques, they evenly mount scrolls and other delicate objects. In addition to prints and photos, they encapsulate puzzles, needlepoint work, and keepsakes within sleek shadowbox frames. Employing museum-approved materials and conservation framing techniques, they mount historically significant documents on archival-quality matting to ensure a stable framing job, minimal exposure of the work to adhesives, and protection from studious insects.