The Reframe

My friends at Holstee just launched a fantastic new project called The Reframe. They’re taking on the sad fact that so many beautiful cards we receive live a sad life, long forgotten in some shoe boxes. Let’s celebrate them with Reframe, made from reclaimed wood of deconstructed abandoned houses in Detroit. The frames are designed to display and easily slide in any 5×7-inch card or print.

Totally backing this Kickstarter campaign! Join me?

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  1. I’m actually pretty sad because it looks like Holstee won’t be making their shirts or the upcycled wallets anymore, but are instead choosing to make frames for greeting cards. blah. I guess I see very little use for this.

    Although, as a native Detroiter, it’s nice to see something come from the destruction of the city.

  2. Hi tina… thats so nice… I want to add a pledge on kickstarter… but I can’t. Because they don’t ship internationally…

  3. What a lovely idea! Why did it never cross my mind??
    Well, the nice ones I stick to my kitchen door for some time at least before they end in a shoe box…

  4. It’s Nice. Something similar allready exists, but then for childrens drawings: articulate gallery. I have them for posters.