We like to get creative with framed display pieces at Foursided. This gallery piece is a true labor of love created from a vintage book page. Our dedicated framer sliced and diced each historical image and pieced them back together again for this spectacular effect.
In framing lingo this process is called a plateau mount (or a whole bunch of plateau mounts in this case) where each piece is separately mounted to foam core to create a floating illusion. We can do this on your piece too with photos and the like for a elevated finish!
Our framer puzzle pieced the images back together with super precision. Bet you wish you thought of it first... Yet another, oh so popular, linen mat backdrops the images. A lovely sepia tone with a silk weave, this mat compliments the aged appeal of the photographs.
Spacers (typically clear) keep the glass from touching the image and add room for the foam-core build-up that we've created behind each image. That is the secret behind the dramatic resulting drop shadow from any angle.