Star Trek Frame

In this project, our designers were given free-reign to come up with a creative and quirky presentation solution to complement this fun diamond dust print. The artwork depicts sci-fi actor Leonard Nimoy as Star Trek character Spock, making the iconic ‘live long and prosper’ gesture. The print has been secured into place with museum quality tabs in a ‘raised lay-on’ design, creating the impression that the artwork is floating within the frame.

Our skilled wood mill team joined and sanded the frame to a smooth finish, removing any trace of the corner joins, knots in the wood and the grain of this material. This sleek surface has then been sprayed to a clinical, opaque white finish to reflect the futuristic subject matter of the artwork. The curved corners of the frame nod to both 1970’s style and the set designs of the Star Trek television series. The piece has been finished with water white glazing, avoiding the slight green tint of traditional picture frame glass.

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Star Trek Frame
Star Trek Frame
Star Trek Frame

Art

Glitter Mortis - Diamond dust print - Leonard Nimmoy as Spock