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INTRODUCING ARTWORLD WALNUT FRAME

INTRODUCING ARTWORLD WALNUT FRAME

by Danny Bach, May 13, 2019

Some of you might have known, we do not only provide printing service, but we also provide prints archiving and presentation solutions to our clients. That is the reason why we will be distributing frame moulding profiles from reputable brands in Vietnam and international. We proudly introduce: ARTWORLD WALNUT FRAME … Continue reading

INTRODUCING SIMOC ASH FRAME

by Danny Bach, May 10, 2019

Some of you might have known, we do not only provide printing service, but we also provide prints archiving and presentation solutions to our clients. That is the reason why we will be distributing frame moulding profiles from reputable brands in Vietnam and international. We proudly introduce: SIMOC ASH FRAME … Continue reading

Understanding photographic printing techniques

by Danny Bach, April 4, 2019

Understanding photographic printing techniques Knowing how your print was made will help you to understand its value and how to preserve it   To really understand your photograph, you will need to have a good idea of how it has been made. Knowing the techniques that have been used to … Continue reading

INTRODUCING ILFORD METAL FRAME

by Danny Bach, March 12, 2019

Some of you might have known, we do not only provide printing service, but we also provide prints archiving and presentation solutions to our clients. That is the reason why we will be distributing frame moulding profiles from reputable brands in Vietnam and international. We proudly introduce our first exquisite … Continue reading

INTRODUCING BARYTA 315GSM

by Danny Bach, March 11, 2019

Hahmeuhle Baryta 315gsm is a pure cotton papge comes from Germany. Since it’s fibre based, Baryta 315gsm is archival. Its thickness and weight give the feeling of darkroom paper. The paper texture looks very natural, plus its wide gamut performance are two factors that make it stand out. Xem thêm … Continue reading

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INTRODUCING MUSEUM LEVEL FRAMING SERVICE

by Danny Bach, March 10, 2019

Museum level is one of 5 levels of framing. The 5 levels of framing indicates the aesthetic and durability of the frame. Different levels require different materials and perhaps, different techniques. The high standard craftsmanship remains the same, regardless of the framing levels. Museum framing level – The ultimate protection … Continue reading

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INTRODUCING CONSERVATION LEVEL FRAMING SERVICE

by Danny Bach, February 22, 2019

Conservation level is one of 5 levels of framing. The 5 levels of framing indicates the aesthetic and durability of the frame. Different levels require different materials and perhaps, different techniques. The high standard craftsmanship remains the same, regardless of the framing levels. Conservation framing level - Helping preserve your … Continue reading

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INTRODUCING COMMENDED LEVEL FRAMING SERVICE

by Danny Bach, February 20, 2019

Commended level is one of 5 levels of framing. The 5 levels of framing indicates the aesthetic and durability of the frame. Different levels require different materials and perhaps, different techniques. The high standard craftsmanship remains the same, regardless of the framing levels. Commended framing guarantees a degree of protection, … Continue reading

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The Five Levels Of Framing

by Danny Bach, February 17, 2019

The Five Levels of Framing provide a framework of standards for the professional picture framer as determined by the Fine Art Trade Guild. Not all framers subscribe to these standards, but doing so indicates a framer is aware of, and can apply, the materials and craftsmanship required to meet those … Continue reading

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6 Questions to Ask a Professional Framer

by Danny Bach, January 15, 2019

It is essential you get your paintings framed to maintain their beauty, life and loveliness. Colors tend to fade if not framed properly. Mold and mildew may set in, totally ruining your art. Framing alone does not guarantee you the best for your precious artwork. If not properly executed, wrong … Continue reading

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