Pictures propped against walls, crammed in closets, or carried by picture-thieving magpies can’t be beheld. Today’s Groupon increases your art’s visibility: for $40, you get $100 worth of custom framing at FastFrame. This Groupon is valid toward custom framing only. Choose from the five participating locations:
FastFrame beautifies the boundaries of pulchritudinous photographs, pilfered paintings, memorable Big Mac wrappers, and other collectible items with expert custom framing, which starts at $50 (prices vary widely, but typically range from $100 to $500). The shop’s team of experienced framesmiths boasts an artistic background and will happily walk you through the framing process. They’ll also help you navigate a showroom of more than 1,500 frame samples (many of which can be seen adorning the walls) and an even more bewildering array of mat boards, textures, and fabrics. Once you’ve made a selection, a computerized mat cutter allows for detailed mat designs; people can just imagine how a striking frame will supplement their diorama of stuffed hamsters dressed as the major characters of Les Misérables. FastFrames’ 30-day design guarantee ensures that patrons are satisfied with their selections, and the shop’s lifetime craftsmanship guarantee safeguards frames against disintegrating into space dust.
FastFrame’s extensive frame selection means there’s a frame for any fancy and an expert designer to match and surgically attach it. So rather than spiff up sad-looking walls by going Jackson Pollock with a jar of spaghetti sauce, use today’s Groupon to adorn them with artfully framed artwork that matches your personality.
FastFrame’s skilled framers customize borders for an array of wall-worthy pieces. Selecting from an extensive inventory of materials, they craft frames to showcase original artwork or to endow special photographs with a dignified display. Their carefully curated conservation materials prevent works of art from fading and prevent their subjects from sprouting a 5 o’clock shadow. But the framesmiths don't limit themselves to two dimensions—sports memorabilia, kids’ artwork, and other three-dimensional objects find artistic preservation within shadowboxes. They even transform flat-screen TVs into customized, framed works of art by installing a VisionArt feature, which transmits the still image of a painting, family portrait, or favorite infomercial onto idle screens.:m]]