Framed Stuff Part 6

Share your pictures of framed art and discuss framing.
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Deadareus
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Sat Oct 08, 2011 7:46 pm

jamesgunter wrote:Framed up my John Van Hamersveld, Jimi Hendrix poster (Shepard Fairey Edition) today! ....its HUGE!! (47X59). 3.75" flat black moulding, top mounted on black suede. UV glass, mounted with Lineco Japanese Hinges (acid free, reversible)
Would love to get a closer look at that Hampton House Industries in the background. It looks fantastic. Suede?

Contemplating on how to frame mine right now, I have the red version.

Edit: The jimi looks fantastic as well. :drool:
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bodhih
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Sat Oct 08, 2011 7:56 pm

Hanuka's Dagobah: Father Encounter

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Sat Oct 08, 2011 9:08 pm

Deadareus wrote:
jamesgunter wrote:Framed up my John Van Hamersveld, Jimi Hendrix poster (Shepard Fairey Edition) today! ....its HUGE!! (47X59). 3.75" flat black moulding, top mounted on black suede. UV glass, mounted with Lineco Japanese Hinges (acid free, reversible)
Would love to get a closer look at that Hampton House Industries in the background. It looks fantastic. Suede?

Contemplating on how to frame mine right now, I have the red version.

Edit: The jimi looks fantastic as well. :drool:
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Sat Oct 08, 2011 9:20 pm

Part 6 is amazing!! Great job everyone!!
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Mr. Fox looks, well, Fantastic like that!!
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Sun Oct 09, 2011 10:12 am

bodhih wrote:Hanuka's Dagobah: Father Encounter
I'm so glad someone has a Tomer print framed up. It looks great! I have to get on that.
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Sun Oct 09, 2011 10:57 am

That Hanuka looks great for sure. I framed mine before I owned a mat sample set and didn't want to chance it on those greens and purples, so I just went black mat black frame. The extra color definitely adds though.

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Sun Oct 09, 2011 5:55 pm

Just picked this up over the weekend.

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Sun Oct 09, 2011 5:59 pm

Nice Santora.
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This is the official Mardi Gras Proclamation from the King of Carnival, Rex, for Carnival 1979. This was the year that Mardi Gras was cancelled due to a garbage/police strike. It's been hanging in my grandfather's office since I can remember, and I licked it long ago. My grandmother recently let me take it home, and here it is! No idea of the value, but I have no plans to sell it as it's a family heirloom. It was framed in the early 80's, and I have no plans to change it. Without further ado....
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maden wrote:I would like to see a 16"+ diameter tube.
BlakeAronson wrote:This one is just big enough, but not too overwhelming in size.
jordachep wrote::drool: Can't believe the size. I want this so bad.
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Tue Oct 11, 2011 11:57 pm

tourist504 wrote:This is the official Mardi Gras Proclamation from the King of Carnival, Rex, for Carnival 1979. This was the year that Mardi Gras was cancelled due to a garbage/police strike. It's been hanging in my grandfather's office since I can remember, and I licked it long ago. My grandmother recently let me take it home, and here it is! No idea of the value, but I have no plans to sell it as it's a family heirloom. It was framed in the early 80's, and I have no plans to change it. Without further ado....
Like this -> :P.
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Wed Oct 12, 2011 12:51 am

tourist504 wrote:This is the official Mardi Gras Proclamation from the King of Carnival, Rex, for Carnival 1979. This was the year that Mardi Gras was cancelled due to a garbage/police strike. It's been hanging in my grandfather's office since I can remember, and I licked it long ago. My grandmother recently let me take it home, and here it is! No idea of the value, but I have no plans to sell it as it's a family heirloom. It was framed in the early 80's, and I have no plans to change it. Without further ado....
That is very cool. What a treasure.
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KSUvet wrote:
tourist504 wrote:This is the official Mardi Gras Proclamation from the King of Carnival, Rex, for Carnival 1979. This was the year that Mardi Gras was cancelled due to a garbage/police strike. It's been hanging in my grandfather's office since I can remember, and I licked it long ago. My grandmother recently let me take it home, and here it is! No idea of the value, but I have no plans to sell it as it's a family heirloom. It was framed in the early 80's, and I have no plans to change it. Without further ado....
Like this -> :P.
That is to say I claimed it as part of my inheritance before anyone else. Though after a few drinks, I'll probably at least nuzzle it a little.
maden wrote:I would like to see a 16"+ diameter tube.
BlakeAronson wrote:This one is just big enough, but not too overwhelming in size.
jordachep wrote::drool: Can't believe the size. I want this so bad.
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Thu Oct 13, 2011 12:42 pm

My first contribution. Wish I had done some matting but still enjoy the overall look.
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Thu Oct 13, 2011 12:45 pm

the framed Hanuka's look fantastic! :pint: ..one of my favorites from the series
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