Tyler Foote Finds: A Compendium of My Ignorance, a two-year collaboration with my dog, Tyler Foote, documenting my inability to identify a single natural object from our walks (except the $1 bill), was conceived to be an ephemeral installation for the DANK Inaugural. Some of Tyler's "finds" have already become kindling and compost.
But friend and professional photographer, Jim Pyle, beautifully photographed it for me. And prints are now available as digital downloads, $50 each, via PayPal including credit cards.
And, I've just discovered Framebridge, a brilliant new company that custom frames photographs and art for all-inclusive low rates from $79 - $149.
That means the stress-inducing, cost-prohibitive elements are FREE!
- Shipping - both ways = free
- Printing - all sizes = free
- Matting - design experts are available for consultation = free
- Hanging materials - even the nails are included = free
Insane. Right?! Take a look at their video....
The Framebridge website is easy to navigate and lets you envision the dimensions...
You can view 27 different frame styles. Some of my favorites...
Print and frame whatever size you want, mat or no mat. You only pay for the frame. Again, prices range from $79 - $149. And there are Instagram 5" x 5" minis for $39 that you can upload directly from your phone via the Framebridge App.
Dog Art Today readers receive $10 off their first purchase.
Use coupon code: DOGARTTODAY
(Note: I receive compensation for referrals and the code does not apply to mini frames.)
Go ahead and use the promo code to frame your own photos or art if you'd like.
Order before December 12 to receive your art by December 24.
To purchase a Tyler Foote Finds: A Compendium of My Ignorance by Moira McLaughlin, photo by Jim Pyle, ($50 for a high-resolution digital file) click on the PayPal button below the image:
Email me if you have any questions.
xo, Moira and Tyler Foote