Plexi Boxes and Object Framing
We are well known for our plexi boxes and object framing. We welcome any challenge you may have and look forward to preserving your three-dimensional objects.
Pictured here is a 17th Century Vatican case with pendants featured in the interior front and back panels. We wanted to be able to view all sides and preserve it well so we chose a UV plexi box to encase it. We wrapped the base in a neutral beige linen which softened the edges of the angular case and likened it to a jewelry box.
To attach it we made a small wood armature wrapped in the same neutral beige linen to lift it on that side, which gave the interior a natural angle so we could view the front and back panels. To attach the other side we used a nearly invisible mylar strip and adhered it to the reverse side so it remains stationary with ease.
Next we have a unique soda can sculpture which will be presented on a pedestal. The sculpture is gently placed in the center of the base with ample airspace above and around it to give it plenty of room to breathe. We chose a hearty walnut base 1-½” deep to accentuate the wood tone of the figure coming out of the soda can.