BandagedEar.com gives you over 15 Million framing configurations to choose from. Only the highest quality materials are used to frame the art prints from BandagedEar.com, and all of our framed art prints come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
About the framed art print presented in this post
The example uses the “Solitude” art print, extra large paper size, 24″ x 36″ by David Lorenz Winston.
Loading the virtual frame shop in your browser
In order to load the virtual frame shop, you click on an artwork, and then click on the “Frame It” button. The virtual frame shop loads with a recommended cost effective solution. It’s a good starting point from which you can start customizing your framed art print.
Framing configuration options fall in 4 different categories: cropping, moulding, matting and glazing.
Step 1: cropping
Some art prints have a white border, which you can remove under the cropping tab. Extra large prints need to be cropped in order to be framed.
Step 2: moulding / frame
There are 63 different frame choices available. Choose from frames such as brushed silver, standard black, rustic mahogany and many more.
This blog post explains how to choose a good frame.
Step 3: matting
Choose from among a variety of different mat colors and sizes. White matting is standard, but you can use different colored matting to create spectacular visual effects and highlight specific colors in the art print. Depending on size, art prints can be matted with zero, one, two or three mats.
This blog post explains how to choose the number and color of the mats.
Step 4: glazing
We offer plexiglass or glass. The benefits of acrylic are that it is lightweight and more resistant to breaking. Acrylic is a good option for large prints in high traffic areas. Both acrylic and glass have standard and non-glare options. Museum Glass® is also available to help protect your art print from fading with its 99% UV protection. Glass and Museum Glass® availability depends on size.