Custom Picture Framing
Personalizing your home or work space with custom framing is a great way to express your personality and to enjoy your surroundings. While others can go to the store and buy the same sofa, tables and lamps that you have, it is highly unlikely anyone will ever have the exact same custom framing as you.
Regardless of what you choose to have framed for your home, whether it is a favorite piece of art, a mirror, an object inherited from an ancestor or anything else, it will add interest to your space.
With thousands of frames and mats to choose from, the design possibilities are unlimited. By mixing and matching them in different combinations, you can hand pick frame designs to accentuate the best attributes in any piece of art.
What you will be framing plays an important role in how it will be framed. For example, a canvas is generally framed quite differently than a print on paper, even if the print is of the same image.
The subject, era, style and color scheme of the items being framed should also be factored in. When each of them is carefully considered, the resulting frame design is more likely to be in sync with the art.
There is a time and a place for framing to be of a historical nature while in other situations it is fun to explore new options. Typically any historical art, documents and artifacts are framed to look authentic to their period. If a new piece of art was painted in an old world style, it may provide the perfect opportunity to update the look with a present day frame design.
Photo N Negative Scanning
We offer professional scanning service providing high-resolution film, slide, and photo scanning at very competitive prices. Our service includes negative scanning and slide scanning from 35mm up through 4×5 inches and photos. All our scanning is done on-site. We understand the value you place on your precious memories, so we take extra measures to ensure that your original negatives, slides and prints are treated with the utmost care throughout the process and returned to you in the same condition in which they were received.
- 35mm Negatives
- Large Format Negatives
- Photos and posters
- Maps and Newspapers
- Large Format Scanning
Large Format Digital Printing
Wide format printing is a popular medium of communication that can produce easy, quick, and affordable printing services. Wide format printing is often known as large format printing and is generally processed by using computer controlled printing machines. Wide format printers are largely used in producing high quality banners, posters, trade show graphics, wall papers, and printing objects.
At Frame N Print Shop, we use some of the brilliant variations of inkjet technologies in order to produce the printed object onto the surface. We have state-of-the-art wide format printers that can easily accommodate any large format printing projects on different numbers of substrates. We even offer wide format printing services on matte, luster, and fine art paper stocks.
We take projects that require wide format printing on surfaces like vinyl banners, wall graphics, and window graphics.
The printing experts at Frame N Print Shop are highly knowledgeable and flexible enough to talk. As a full wide format printing service, we take pride in our craftsmanship and guarantee our client’s satisfaction.
Delivery N Installation
Professional installation is an essential part of our service that is why we provide direct service. For our national clients, we ship and install selected artworks to multiple locations, anywhere in the U.S.A. Once your art and memorabilia has been framed, it needs to be displayed. Although it is popular today to lean pictures here and there, the most common home for frames is still on the wall. The two main things to focus on will be visual placement and making sure they are hung securely, for your safety as well as the safety of the framing itself and anything it might damage if it falls. Even the most beautiful pieces of framed art can still look awkward if they are not hung logically. Some of the key considerations are:
-Choosing framed art that fits the space where it will hang.
-Hang frames in reasonably close proximity to the furniture below it to create unison.
-Hang frames at eye level for maximum viewing pleasure, keeping in mind people stand in foyers and halls, and sit in many other spaces so height can vary.
- Placement Recommendations
- Picture Installation
- Security Lock Installation
- Picture Removal & Identification Markers
- Artwork Relocation
- Complete Project Management / Documentation