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Model: Fits A5 poster

The FRAMELESS collection from Studio About is a series of transparent acrylic picture frames. The frame consists of a clear front and amber-tinted back. Two high quality Chicago screws hold the frame together, making it easy to change the design. Simply hang the picture frame in the top screw or use a near-invisible fishing line.


Transparent picture frames are beautiful home decor pieces, adding a light, floating look to your wall. Have fun with it and create a beautiful picture wall in your favourite colours. Whether you prefer a tone-on-tone look or frame and motif contrast, the amber frame adds an extra dimension to the traditional picture frame.

A clear front enables you to use the picture frame creatively in your home decor. The frame is available in both small and large standard sizes, which makes it the perfect choice for photos and posters. In addition to the classic motifs, the picture frames also invite you to decorate creatively – try adding paper cuttings, collages, or pressed flowers. It adds personality and gives your picture wall a unique look.


The frame is transparent with a light amber shade on the back. This means that your art is highlighted and only the background is coloured. Our acrylic frames are available in all standard sizes, A5, A4, A3, A2 and B2, as well as two round versions that fit A5 and A4 formats. The frames are available in seven colours, including our transparent frame. The FRAMELESS series is designed by architect, Mikkel Lang Mikkelsen, who forms one half of the duo Studio About.


You can easily dust the frame with a cloth and polish it with glass cleaner.


FRAME: 198 X 290 MM


COVER: Clear, 3 MM acrylic (with UV protection)

BACK: Amber, 3 MM acrylic

MOUNTING: Two hollow Chicago screws

WEIGHT incl. packaging: 0.421 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.