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Final Major Project: Framer Meeting

To visualise exactly what the final images will look like, I took the A0 print to the framers for a meeting.


Many frames were considered. I had initially wanted a white frame, but found it very tricky to find a frame that did not clash with the white of the print.  Below are the frames that were considered.


In the end, I opted for a limed oak frame. This will lighten the oak and remove any orange tones. The oak frame will be very resilient to transportation and could be stripped back to the natural wood in the future. Also I could spray paint the frame if that is more applicable for the exhibition.


I will post images and thoughts once the frame has been completed.


#April2018 #FracturedIdentities

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