Magnetic Display; Flexible Solution For Hanging Wall Art
You've probably noticed that we like art prints here in the Style It cell. We like them a lot. But figuring out ways of hanging art can be a bitch. We've already discussed no-frame ways of hanging prints, but the clever folks at OpenFrame have come up with a semi-permanent solution for those willing to commit to a hole in the wall, but not to the actual poster. OpenFrame is, in essence, a piece of wood that attaches to the wall and serves as a mount for posters that deserve to be displayed, but maybe not for too long. Super strong, teeny weeny magnets fix your print in place and make for a flexible display area. Available in 3 sizes from 10" x 10" to 24" x 30", and three finishes, the frames allow you to become your own awesomely indecisive curator and encourages the chopping and changing of your art, photos or memos. Better still, it helps to justify buying all those prints that you really, really want but don't know where to put them.
For more details visit OpenFrame's Kickstarter page (already funded) or buy them from Ugmonk, where you can also pick up the prints displayed. Prices start at around €27 for a 10" x 10" and go to €115 for a 24" x 30".