From the materials we use to the way we use them, our goal is to provide framed prints that are manufactured with sustainability in mind.
The finger-jointed poplar wood frames are made from repurposed pieces of natural wood that are cut and bound together, then finished with a wood pattern wrap. The aluminum for metal frames is sourced from a vendor that recycles 100% of its scrap through the foundries of local recyclers, and uses recycled aluminum on all its painted and anodized matte finishes.
Precision machinery grants unparalleled accuracy to optimize every single piece of material consumed. All of the packaging material is recyclable, including the plastic straps. Corrugated cardboard packaging that is used is cut custom to each and every order — this reduces waste and means we don’t have to ship using bubble wrap (or even paper wrapping) to keep your frames safe.
All raw framing materials are made in and sourced from U.S. vendors. This ensures that no additional emissions were released into the atmosphere for shipping or flying raw materials overseas.