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Re: Concert Posters
« on: January 05, 2012, 09:01:36 am »

Anyway, now I need to do a great job of framing it. Any thoughts are welcome.

What I use to do is buy those "plexi glass" frames with the 4 slide-on edges that are made out of plastic whenever I would get a new Movie Poster. They run about 20 bucks each. It's cheap and quick. The downside that I've seen about them first hand is that after awhile (usually after a year or so depending on the weather and humdity), they begin to warp and then the bottom slide usually falls off. So, definitely spend a little more money and get a proper frame that's going to last. I wish I knew about this warping before I shelled out the bucks for a handful of these. Bah.

As always, post some pics when you have them ready for display. Would like to see the end results for sure.
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