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2 Artsux Suction Frames

£ 10.00

Pack of 2 of photo/postcard frames in gold, silver, black or pink.Funky postcard frames stick to any gloss surface including glass, metal, mirrors, laminates, gloss paint, tiles etc. Stick to kitchen cupboards and wardrobe doors to create an instant gallery space. Great for students and rented accommodation where wall fixings are not available.Cheap to post and perfect for creating unique gifts with photos of friends and family.160 x 210mm with pocket to take a standard 105 x 150mm postcard or 6 x 4" photo. Two frames in a pack.Artsux frames are made in England, screenprinted onto clear rigid acrylic with a welded pvc pocket. We tested lots of suction cups and supply only the very best quality with our frames.

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Pack of 2 of photo/postcard frames in gold, silver, black or pink.

Funky postcard frames featuring a super-strong suction pad which makes it easy to decorate doors, mirrors, windows, tiles, wardrobes and kitchen cupboards with postcards and photos. They stick to any gloss surface including glass, metal, mirrors, laminates, gloss paint, tiles etc. Create an instant gallery space. Great for students and rented accommodation where wall fixings are not available.

Cheap to post and perfect for creating unique gifts with photos of friends and family.

160 x 210mm with pocket to take a standard 105 x 150mm postcard or 6 x 4″ photo. Two frames in a pack.

Artsux frames are made in England, screenprinted onto clear rigid acrylic with a welded pvc pocket. We tested lots of suction cups and supply only the very best quality with our frames.

The frames were inspired by a range of signage designed by graphic designers Andrew Barrass and Avril Broadley of Broadbase. They decided to apply their idea of using heavy-duty suction cups to a frame that could be used throughout the home. The frames appear to float off the wall and the baroque surface design casts pretty shadows that change with the light.

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