The FRAMELESS collection from Studio About is a series of transparent acrylic picture frames. The frame consists of a transparent front and back. Two Chicago screws hold the frame together, making it easy to change the motif as often as you like. You can hang the frame effortlessly in one of the hollow screws, either directly on a nail or in a fishing line.
This transparent acrylic frame is a beautiful addition to any home. The minimalist frame highlights your motif with an elegant floating effect.
CREATE A PERSONAL PICTURE WALL
Our transparent frame enables you to decorate and mix your wall art. Use the frame to highlight a work of art or display your favourite posters and photos in natural muted colours for a calm Nordic look.
Create your own art pieces with collages. With this clear frame, you achieve a lightness and elegance that highlights your motif.
USE THE LIGHT
With the FRAMELESS collection, we want to inspire you to play with light and the interaction between light and object. Experiment by hanging the frame in a window and achieve a unique look. The front of the frame has UV protection to secure your artwork from fading in the sun.
STANDARD SIZES, BUT OVERSIZE
The acrylic frame is easy and different framing that has a great visual effect - also on a picture wall in a mix with other types of picture frames and art.
Our series of acrylic frames are available in various colours and standard sizes A5, A4, A3, A2 and B2, so it’s easy to use the frames for posters and photos. The collection also includes two round frames. The frame forms a passe-partout for your motif and gives you the flexibility to experiment with fun shapes and motifs.
FRAME: 347 X 500 MM
COVER: Transparent, 3 MM acrylic (with UV protection)
BACK: Transparent, 3 MM acrylic
MOUNTING: Two hollow Chicago screws
WEIGHT incl. packaging: 1.230 KG
The acrylic may bend a little due to tension, but you can easily correct this by flipping the acrylic sheets, so they straighten out.
The FRAMELESS series is designed by architect Mikkel Lang Mikkelsen who forms one half of the creative duo Studio About.