20×200 print & quick kit: a giveaway.
what’s missing in this picture? oh, yeah, a frame! At 20×200, they’re all about options: Different artists, different sizes, different prices. And now, they’ve announced THREE different framing options available when you collect 20×200 art. Previously the only options were unframed or a Custom Frame (still available), but 20×200 has launched a “Made-To-Measure Mat” and a “Quick Kit” option when buying a print. and to celebrate, they’re giving away an 11×14 print + Quick Kit to one sfgirlbybay reader! yay, art!
here’s how the QUICK KIT WITH BASIC FRAME works:
Are you the hands-on DIY type? Get the complete package for your 8”x10” or 11”x14” art — a basic wooden frame in black or natural, a Made-to-Measure Mat and the finishing supplies and instructions you need to assemble your framed artwork yourself. A polished look for a nice price.
here’s how the MADE-TO-MEASURE MAT works:
Got a standard-size frame you already love? Pick up a Made-to-Measure Mat and pop it right in -— the beveled window is precision-cut to best display the 8”x10” or 11”x14” art you’ve selected. It’s a quick, easy and affordable framing solution. the 20×200 Made-to-Measure Mats are white, archival and 4-ply.
to enter to win the 20×200 11×14 print of your choice + the quick kit (which retails at $125):
• pop on over to 20×200 and have a look around, pick a favorite print.
• comment back here on the blog and share your favorite print with the readers.
• comment here by Thursday, october 4th at midnight PST.
• as always, please be sure to include a way to reach you via twitter, facebook, your blog or email.
• artwork above: Zigzag1 by Valerie Roybal; Sunday Date by Hiro Kurata; Yes Please by Martha Rich; Parachute Jump and Beach Scene, Coney Island, ca. 1965 by 20×200 Artist Fund; Arrow by Bryan Schutmaat; El Teide, view #01 by Meike Nixdorf; Time Don’t Mean a Thing by Hiro Kurata; Day 256: Vintage Airline Tags by Lisa Congdon.