FastFrame of LoDo is pleased to be a sponsor of Denver’s very first Instagram Scavenger Hunt put on by The Social Route! On May 18th, load up your sun screen, flip flops, bicycle (if you prefer), and camera phones…. It’s time to capture as many award-winning pictures as possible!
The event will be an Instagram picture driven scavenger hunt with 15-20 different picture categories/locations around Denver. Each item on the scavenger hunt will have a specific theme and prize associated with it. The contestant with the best picture submission will be awarded the prize associated with the corresponding category. We will not be announcing the picture categories to the public until the day of the event to prevent anyone from taking pictures outside of the time allotted. You will have 4 hours to take as many hilarious, awesome, and/or beautiful pictures as possible and get to the award ceremony to collect your awards.
Join the event here and good luck! https://www.facebook.com/events/620198981328197/?fref=ts
Four of eight Masters Flags framed for the Gates Corporation using our new turf mats. Custom framed by FastFrame of LoDo!
When choosing art to have framed for your home, pick individual pieces you LOVE and then figure out how to make them work together. In this case, a variety of styles and sizes of frames create unity in the grouping because they are all white.
Doll clothes, custom framed in shadowboxes, can become art for a little girl’s bedroom. For a young boy, cars and trucks may provide the decorating answer.
Wall groupings can be a matched set of art, but they can also be a creative mix of whatever you love. Using different types of art, different styles of moulding and different shapes and sizes are a great way to show off your personal style.
Looking to make a unique statement on your walls? Articles of clothing provide another framing option. In addition to the Asian robe shown here, sports jerseys, baby clothes, a souvenir t-shirt from a concert, a vintage swimsuit and more can be framed…even a wedding dress!
Many of us hang framed art symmetrically, but there are good reasons not to do so. In this case, hanging the left picture higher than the one on the right offsets the height of the lamp on the right. also, the black door weights down that side of the room so placing the left frame higher “lifts” away some of the heaviness.