What You'll Get
Cover up headbutting-tournament wall holes with today's side deal: for $30, you get $75 worth of framing and art prints at Framing Mode & Gallery. Conveniently located in the South Loop, Framing Mode is the premier spot for custom framing and art print orders. Get your charcoal drawing out of the closet and onto the wall, or artfully display your taste in films and music with custom-framed posters.
Today's deal is the perfect excuse to dress up your walls or make your friends' and loved ones' walls more bearable to inhabit. Posters alone make an apartment look like a dorm, but those same posters, artfully framed, project an air of sophistication. Custom framing lends an artist's touch to your choice of frame, matting, and glass. Because each choice affects the price, a consultation is the best way to find out how much your project will cost. If you'd rather go the pre-made route, Framing Mode offers ready-made frames as well (starts at $9 for a 5x7).
Check out Framing Mode's stock of art prints ($10+) to adorn your walls with romantic black-and-white photos, prints of famous masters, and colorful abstract designs. Or check out Framing Mode's extensive catalogues to custom order the perfect print for perking up the space above your sofa.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 4, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Not valid on local art on consignment. No cash back. Limit 1 per person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Framing Mode
Framing Mode & Gallery bolsters art collections and local artists alike inside its custom framing shop and art gallery. Framing artisans with more than 20 years of industry experience craft custom picture borders fitted to each piece's dimensions, using metal and wood frames, ultraviolet protective glass, and built-in rocket boosters to befuddle would-be art thieves. A collection of framed original works—including posters, limited-edition signed prints, and paintings—stands ready to cover blank household walls. The shop invites painters, metalworkers, and mashed-potato sculptors to display their works inside its gallery space, which hosts events to promote the inspired pieces of local artists.