I am in the business of selling prints, not selling frames. The advantage to you is that my framing is very reasonably priced. I add a very small markup to the material costs to cover some of my time in the
making of the frame. You will find that my fame prices are quite a bit less than you would be charged at a frame store. In addition, you are assured that the framing is done archivally and that the print will
last for over 100 years without fading.
The disadvantage for you is that I offer no choice in the frames. As Henry Ford said: “You can choose whatever color you want, so long as it is charcoal grey.” The picture
below shows what the framed print will look like. The framing is clean and simple, ideal for exhibitions, as below. The focus is on the print, not on the frame. The print will be window matted with archival
white board, backed by archival foamcore. The frame will be a Nielsen metal frame in charcoal grey. The glazing will be acrylic with UV filtering.