Poster Frames

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  1. Chris KAudio

    Chris KAudio Stunt Coordinator

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    I just bought two posters (Band of Brothers and Saving Private Ryan). I want to put them in black frames, their dimensions are 27 X 40.

    What type of frame should I get? I have heard that frameusa.com is a good place to buy from. But they have different types. What are your thoughts?

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    i went with the same frames on all of my movie posters. Rounded black metal, it is up to you. I wait for the Micheal's 50% off sales on framing. you can get some really good deals that way.
     
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    Depends on how you want to do it.

    If you want them permamently mounted, the above is good. Your local craft store probably has good deals on custom framing every once in a while, and usually does a good job.

    If you want to rotate you posters, like I do, then go with Spotlight Displays. Their frames are pretty darn good for the price.

    One thing, tho. Check to make sure your posters really are 27"x40", because I just got an order in from AllPosters, and found out some of the posters were really 27"x39". [​IMG] [​IMG]

    Jason
     

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