Framing Guide

Our Framing Guide

All our frames are carefully hand-crafted by top specialists, at our favorite local frame house. Each frame is custom cut and assembled from quality materials to fit your art. All frames arrive ready to hang, with real glass and fine finishes. 
For your convenience, use our pre-selected framing recommendations ,chosen together with the artist, to achieve the best look for your art. 

Basic Framing

The Classic Frame (White or Black)
Smooth, white or black colored frame, for a classic, all-time look. Our most budget-friendly frame used mostly for full-bleed pieces (see below) photography works and limited edition prints. 

Fine Framing

The Box Frame (Natural or Light Oak)- Museum Standard
Thin, museum quality wood frame for a warm and natural look. This type of frame has a small gap between the backing and the glass, meaning you can frame 3D objects, and works on paper while allowing full view of the face and sides of the artwork. This frame was designed to compel original works on paper, and small-sized pieces, elegantly showing the edges of the paper. 

The Alu Frame (Wood Coated or Simple)- Museum Standard
Super slim, light metal frame for a minimalistic look. A high-quality frame, able to carry heavy and large-scale pieces, always remaining delicate and modern.  This frame arrives in different colors and wood coated profiles. This modern profile was designed for artists and photographers, using a full bleed, or mat finishing (see below). 


Full Bleed- printing from one edge of the paper to the other without borders or spacers. 
Mat (passe-partout)- a cardboard-like material, which sits between a frame and your photograph or artwork to give it a more finished look. Matboards range in a variety of colors and cores, depending on your needs.

Left: Basic Frame, Middle: Box Frame, Right: Alu Frame