Origami has always fascinated me. I first saw it on the 1960’s television programme, ‘How’. In the 1980’s, I worked for a London marketing company specialising in point-of-sale. A lot of the prototypes we created, used the principles and theories of Origami. In the commercial world, prototypes were generally made of box board and called ‘cardboard engineering’.
If you go to the cinema regularly you will see some incredible three-dimensional pieces of point-of-sale, advertising the latest movie.
Once in a while, in our industry, you discover a product that is ingenious, simple, inexpensive and has a host of applications. I believe that DecoFrame is one of them.
Decoframe is a flat packed material, that can be printed, folded and transformed into a piece of Wall Art, point-of-sale or internal signage.
If you want a beautiful wrap mounted artwork for your home, at an affordable price, DecoFrame is ideal. If you need a couple of 3 dimensional, mounted photographs for your exhibition or promotion, nothing can be simpler than DecoFrame. The list of applications is endless.
Check out the video to see how clever DecoFrame is at http://youtu.be/Ntqeu349Th8.
If you need some more information on this wonderful little product, email me, Steve Howard on firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions, I would be delighted to hear from you.
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