There’s something beautiful about a framed image hanging serenely on a wall. We’re extremely proud of our sustainably sourced frames and believe there’s really no better way to enhance a stunning photograph. We’re pleased as punch to say they’ve adorned galleries and homes from London to Los Angeles.
Art comes in many shapes and sizes, and our framed prints are built to fit each of them. The final dimensions will depend on the image you choose, but to give you an idea here are the most common photographic sizes:
~ Digital cut & paste Photocollage
asian influence, mmargot, phdilettante, cage, birds, clouds
aka : PhDilettante
… everything is possible; it is just not where you thought it would be.
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:) I love the flowing and sense of movement.
Thank you, Draven, I’m glad … I see this as one of those glass half full or half empty, depending on one’s mood.
Bright red birds in a gilded cage – something so balanced about this: colour, form, symbols. So beautiful.
I’m very fond of this, perhaps because it is sort of out of character, so extra thanks!
really love the colors, line and movement…really nice.
Part of the bottom half is a photo of an Asian screen I live with …I guess the birds should get the credit! Thank you, s.p.!
really like this Margot
If this had not been posted already in the Tiznar portfolio, I might be accused of stealing your gold…. ;) Glad you like, Adam! It is such a gentle thing.
Glad to see you, Vasile…and thank you so much!
What they call a “whimsy?”You are Wonderful, Anna – thank you!
Well yes, willows weep and birds fly upside down. Nice carryover of the arch idea, and the altered birds. Photocollage – but surely the arch is digital? Quite like the torn edge thrown up as a kind of blurry echo in the background.
Yes, digital arches…can’t even draw an arch! Thanks for noticing the little fuzzes and bits…otherwise it would be pretty and pretty dull. :)
We need more whimsey in the world! Beautiful work!
More whimsey, I agree…thank you, Evelyn!
Not too sweet, I hope ;)
Very inspireing, great work!
Many thanks, Catrin!