Ready to hang your artwork? Excellent! Since our premium quality Rich and Framous frames will last for many years, we've created this helpful tutorial that explains the process for changing your artwork or the orientation of your frame.
To help you out, we've put together the tutorial below on using our wood and metal frames. Of course, if you ever have any questions, please feel free to contact us!
METAL FRAMES - Disassembly
Unscrew 2 corner brackets.
Slide out the loosened side.
Slide out cardboard backing.
METAL FRAMES - Inserting Artwork
Place 3-sided frame with plexiglass on flat surface.
Slide artwork face down on top of plexiglass.
Slide backing on top of artwork.
METAL FRAMES - Assembly
Slide the hanging hook onto the back of the "top" side of frame.
Center hanging hook and tighten securely.
Slide 2 corner brackets back into position and tighten securely.
METAL FRAMES - Secure Backing
Tension clips should be spaced evenly around frame.
Insert clips into frame by pushing down...
and then sliding them into place.
WOOD FRAMES - Hanging Wire
Poster Revolution sells pre-made frames and also offers professional framing. In both cases, our premium quality Rich and Framous frames will last for many years which is why we include an upgraded framing wire kit with most frames. This kit includes everything you need to hang your frame EXACTLY the way you want it - and the extra wire will allow you to change the orientation from portrait to landscape at any time in the future!
The wire hanging kit includes steel screws, D-rings and wire. We recommend attaching them to the frame about 1/4 of the distance from the "top" with enough tension to flex about 1-2 inches when held from the center. Any excess wire should be cut or clipped in a roll for future use.
Screw the D-ring onto the MIDDLE of the moulding - damage may occur if screw is too close to edge. Repeat on other side.
Pull at least 4 inches of wire through the first D-ring and wind it tightly around itself.
Pull remaining wire through second D-ring and wind tightly. That's it!