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Where do I buy Art Posters?

As framers, we often get asked by our customers where they can buy art posters and art.  Our sister company, Posterservice Inc. carries one of the hottest selection of art posters around. With over a hundred art posters in stock and ready to ship, our wide assortment of art from famous artists, as in Marc Allante, to various styles, we guarantee we will have something for you!

There are several different ways to select an art poster:

By Style of Art:
Artwork should represent your style and the design of your house. It should flow with the decorations already in place.  A kitchen wall picture can and usually will differ from the pictures for the walls of your basement.  At posterservice.com, we carry different styles ranging from abstract art, photography to watercolor art. From photography prints of The Colosseum to fantasy posters, as in Night Trawlers II, you will be able to select a piece to fit your style and taste.

By Famous artist:
Selecting a poster by your favorite artist is easy, but discovering an art poster by a new artist is great too.  Our pictures of art range from Dean Russo, Marc Allante, Ralph Steadman, and more.  Marc Allante creates watercolor renditions of animals and buildings, as in this art poster Achilles and Monolith II.  Achilles was the first Marc Allante poster we added to our line.  Due to it’s continued success, we have added more and more of his art posters over the last few years. 10315



Dean Russo creates abstract art by using bright colors, abstract patterns and turns them into animals, scenery and people. Starry Night by Dean Russo is currently a best seller.



When you’re done browsing our cool art pictures and finding the perfect art poster for you, head back over to frameusa.com and choose the best frame to protect and professionally frame your masterpiece!

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As the temperature drops, days get shorter and nights get longer, we’re steadily approaching my favorite time of year; the return of fall TV! My name is Corbin Watts, and I am the new SEO Coordinator here at Frame USA.

Fall TV returns during the last few days of September and with it comes new seasons of everybody’s favorite network shows which we have been waiting and anticipating for months. Whether you’re looking forward to seeing what the Dunphy clan is up to on Modern Family, which villain Barry is going to foil next on The Flash or will life get any better for the apocalypse survivors on The Walking Dead, fall TV has something for all of us.

The Flash Poster

The Walking Dead Poster

There’s nothing better than shutting yourself in the house, plopping down on the couch, hiding from your responsibilities and vegging out on your favorite television shows. I seriously can’t wait for my DVR to fill up with an abundance of programs I watch, just thinking about it is making me smile. I suggest you find a few TV shows you really enjoy and get ready because in the immortal words of Ned Stark: winter is coming.

For more TV Posters, visit, http://posterservice.frameusa.com/posters/tv-movie-posters/tv-posters

Once you pick out your favorite poster at posterservice.com, your next step is picking out the perfect poster frame.

FrameUSA.com and Posterservice.com are sister companies and this is one of the main reasons why! FrameUSA.com offers a wide range of posterframes that are perfect for your TV posters. Check out our full selection today at http://www.frameusa.com/poster-frames!

We Love Movie Posters

A lot of people have questions on the best way to frame a movie poster.  While movie posters can range in size, the two most common sizes for movie posters are 24×36 and 27×40.  Lucky for you, we have a wide range of movie posters and frames for those posters.

First, you need to pick out the perfect movie poster.  Posterservice.com offers a wide range of options, with many top movie poster choices including Star Wars, Terminator, Reservoir Dogs and more!

Here are just a few of these great options:

Star Wars Posters

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Terminator Posters

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Reservoir Dogs Posters



For all of our options, visit, http://posterservice.frameusa.com/posters/tv-movie-posters/movie-posters

Once you pick out your favorite movie poster at posterservice.com, your next step is picking out the perfect poster frame.

FrameUSA.com and Posterservice.com are sister companies and this is one of the main reasons why!  FrameUSA.com offers a wide range of posterframes that are perfect for your movie posters.  Check out their full selection today at http://www.frameusa.com/poster-frames!



Framed Aubrey Hepburn Poster

Choosing the Best College Dorm Decor

We all remember that moment. The moment when we received our acceptance letter to college and the sheer joy we got when we realized we’re officially moving out of mom and dads. While college classes and finding new friends can be intimating, there is nothing more exciting than picking out your college dorm décor! This is the time where you can let your personality shine through and can feel confident about your room. While college students may not have a very large space to work with, this is the time to get creative.

Framed Marc Allante Art Poster
Framed Marc Allante Art Poster
Framed Abstract Art Print
Framed Abstract Art Print













While curtains, bedding, and lighting can define your style, there is nothing better than artwork to make your dorm room pop! Posters and art prints can be visual representations of your style. They should be something you’re happy with to see every day. So we suggest picking something with similar color schemes and images that blend in rather than stand out in a negative way. Classic dorm room posters range from Audrey Hepburn, and Marilyn Monroe to music legends and humor posters.

Framed Guitar Music poster
Framed Music Poster
Framed Aubrey Hepburn Poster
Framed Aubrey Hepburn Poster













Posters can be a great addition to any wall because they can be symbols of who you are, where you came from and most importantly, where you are going. While decorating can be quite expensive, posters are great savings to your wallet. You can find most art, inspirational, and humor posters for less than $7.00. Pair two or three of your favorite posters and you’re looking at $20.00. Framing your hand selected posters, will make them last longer and save you money. Poster frames are a great way to make your posters stand out. They also help eliminate creasing and ripping.

Whatever your style may be, there will always be a poster or print to match. So go ahead, and hang whatever makes you smile. Remember, you’ll be in this room for a year so this is the time to let your personality shine!

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Getting to Know: Matt Nagel, Posterservice Sales Manager

REDS_27_68_LOGO As summer approaches I felt it appropriate to talk about one of my favorite pastimes, baseball. Baseball is definitely my biggest ongoing hobby throughout my life. From the time I started playing tee ball up until playing softball in my late twenties, baseball has been a constant for me throughout the years.

As a kid and still as an adult I love going to Reds games. Growing up a Ken Griffey Jr. fan I was definitely excited to see him come to the Reds organization.  I have been fortunate enough to see live some of the most exciting games the Reds have played in – from walk off homeruns to playoff games to Opening Day.


There’s a different mood when it comes to baseball in the city of Cincinnati, and the fans can’t get enough of it. Opening Day here is more of a holiday or celebration than it is just the start of the baseball season. It is common for people to take off work, ditch class, or just call in sick to go down to partake in our Opening Day Parade. If you’ve never been you definitely need to check it out sometime soon.



This Month in Pop Culture History: Nirvana

It was April, 1994 when the news hit MTV: Kurt Cobain had been found dead in his Seattle home. A self inflicted gunshot wound to the head was the cause of death. A husband, father, songwriter and a hero to many had given in to his personal demons and left the world in a flash of smoke 18631 and flame. He died alone. Millions of music fans–kids who’d looked up to him, musicians who’d been inspired by him–were devastated. It was the end of a very short, but very exciting and irreversible era of change in the industry.

In 1991 the radio waves were dominated by manufactured pop stars, heavy metal and hard rock guitar gods, controversial hip hop artists with something to say and Garth Brooks. Genres were all well defined, as far as mainstream music was concerned. It didn’t seem that anyone could break in unless they were fronting one of these well established party lines.

Then Nirvana released Nevermind and broke the dam for the weirdos, ushering in 33514 the era of “alternative” and inadvertantly (and very reluctantly it would turn out) spawning a movement and a shift in musical dominance.

Nirvana had been together since the late eighties. Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic had played together since high school and had gone through a couple of drummers. They’d even recorded one independent album, “Bleach” which initially was only heard by fans of underground “modern rock”. They took on Dave Grohl as their new drummer and their sound changed somewhat. He gave them a little more “oomph” and when Nevermind came out it hit like an atomic bomb.

Led by the first single, “Smells Like Teen Spirit”, Nevermind was a gravelly, scratchy and sloppy counterpoint to the overproduced and hyper polished music that flourished around it. Kurt Cobain was not a guitar prodigy. The band did not look like pop OR rock stars. Dressed in ratty flannel shirts over band t’s and ripped jeans they looked like the kids you went to school with. They were approachable and relatable. They also crafted songs that were both catchy but also edgy. Lyrics with a little more depth than your typical hair metal or boy band song. The album took radio and MTV by storm and Nirvana became the biggest band in the world. They would open the door for other Seattle bands and became the face of “grunge” music. All the bands that the weird kids listened to suddenly became cool.


Fame did not sit well with Kurt Cobain, however. He was uncomfortable in the role as mouthpiece for a generation. He didn’t like that the kinds of people who’d picked on him in school were now Nirvana fans and singing his songs at concerts. He’d also developed a serious drug habit, partially as a way to deal with excruciating chronic stomach pains. Nirvana would go on to release an album of B sides, another full length LP, “In Utero” and an amazin MTV Unplugged set.

Despite the success in the music industry and the family he’d started, Kurt Cobain committed suicide sometime on the evening of April the 4th, 1994. Dropbox (2)


My Favorite Posters: by Angela Iacobucci

As the Licensing Director at Posterservice, Inc., it’s only appropriate that I share my favorite posters! In compiling this list, it becomes clear that I love the humor posters; to have a funny image on the wall as a reminder to laugh, or at least smile every day. In addition to a slew of humor posters, we have a large variety of other images waiting to adorn your walls, including music, inspirational, photography or art, to name a few.

My favorite Posterservice poster is Onward!


by Jay Fleck. I love the clean design (I am a graphic designer, after all) and the crazy theme. An eye-patched, sword wielding giraffe is riding a shark as it jumps out of the water, on a mission. I’m not sure where they are going, but it must be important. This poster is a great piece to hang as a reminder to move ‘Onward’ with purpose in the adventure of life; and it’s just funny. This poster will definitely cheer you up if you are having a bad day.




My next favorite Posterservice poster is DJ. Also quite silly, a city-sized groundhog is DJing


among the skyscrapers of New York City. This one makes me smile every time, as he’s in the zone, minding his own business and completely ignoring the circling helicopter. I’m curious as to where such a giant rodent came from, and how he got such a large turntable and headphones to jam out and bring music to the city. The teal circle adds enough color to the grayscale image, emphasizing the furball in all his

happy glory.


We also have many humorous beer posters. Happy Hour makes me chuckle, with the oversized glasses. Don’t you wish your favorite bar had such large glassware? Sometimes there are hot days when a nice (big) glass of beer with a good friend makes everything better. Caribooze is also funny, with a caribou boozing out, using his antlers as beer holders. He would be a great party mascot! And then of course Alcoholic Beverages Encouraged is a law-defying poster encouraging people to drink. Nothing like graffiti on a sign to change the law.

Happy Hour
Happy Hour
Alcoholic Beverages Encouraged
Alcoholic Beverages Encouraged


This is only a sampling of my favorite posters, and it was hard to pick just a couple. We are always adding new posters to our line, and some of the images in the works are awesome. Check back often to our Coming Soon and Newest sections on www.posterservice.com; you might just find a new favorite poster to hang!


Posters Coming Soon: Batman Vs. Superman

9948 Marvel’s new meta action/comedy “Deadpool” just blew the records out of the water for its opening run over Valentine’s weekend and now everyone is anxiously awaiting the next big comic book adaptation. All eyes are focused on the DC battle/team up film “Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice”.

“Batman Vs. Superman” is the introduction to “The Justice League” which DC hopes will be a shared, continuous universe like Marvel’s popular cinematic universe. It would be the first DC movie to feature characters being played by the same actors over multiple individual films and then also teaming up in Justice League films (like Marvel’s Avengers). Several actors from the film “Man of Steel” reprise their roles for “BVS” including Henry Cavill as Superman. With the departure of Christian Bale as Batman (once the Christopher Nolan “Dark Knight” trilogy ended) Warner Bros. and DC needed a new caped crusader. They cast veteran actor/director Ben Affleck to put on the cowl and cape and duke it out with the first 9944 son of Krypton. He will then go on to carry the role through the next forseeable films. Also being introduced in this film are Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman (a highly anticipated appearance) and Jason Momoa as Auquaman.

The story is guarded but basically revolves around the idea that Bruce Wayne–the Batman–is worried, in his obsessive, single-minded way, that Superman being a Godlike being, could turn on and ultimately destroy humankind. He makes it his mission to destroy the man of steel before he has a chance to destroy us. The villain Lex Luthor eggs on the battle while plotting to unleash something even more devastating: Doomsday. Somehow Wonder Woman and apparently Aquaman show up and tie into all of it too thus forming the core of the Justice League.

Expectations are high and fans are buzzing and Posterservice is going to wade into the battle. Coming soon are two new posters that represent either side of the fight. Are you for the Savior of Metropolis or the Bat of Gotham? Why not both? Hedge your bets a little.

If you can’t wait or choose a side you can pick up our “Batman Vs. Superman” teaser poster.

Batman VS. Superman: Dawn of Justice teaser
Batman VS. Superman: Dawn of Justice teaser

Once you have your posters, you’ll want frames to hang them on the wall. At Frame USA we have a great selection of poster frames, as well as wood and metal frames. There are several that would be ideal for one of these BVS posters but it might be cool to go with our Metal I series of frames. Maybe a shiny red or blue frame for your Superman poster and a black one for your Batman, hung side by side.

Metal I Frames
Metal I Frames

So keep an eye out for our new posters and meanwhile, check out all of our great movie posters in sizes like 24×36 and 16×20. Then, sit back and wait for the battle between these two comic book titans. It will be exciting!


Pink Floyd at Posterservice



Some may say Pink Floyd is one of the most influential rock bands of all time. And they would be right. Based in London, England in the 1960’s, Pink Floyd achieved international acclaim with the psychedelic style of music. They brought us countless albums including the first, “Dark Side of the Moon” (1973) and “The Wall” (1979).


Pink Floyd is gaining ground with a new generation because of the song, “Another Brick in the Wall Part 2” and the iconic lyrics, “We don’t need no education; We don’t need no thought control”. Stemming from “The Wall” album, Roger Waters began writing a screenplay to go along with the album. Originally thought to be a live film, the movie “The Wall” turned into an animation and psychological horror musical film. Said to be about Roger Waters’ life, the film received positive reviews when it was released in 1982.


album Although they are one of the most commercially successful bands, we rarely see posters from the iconic movie, “The Wall”. So here at Posterservice, we are very excited to announce that we have 3 NEWLY LICENSED PINK FLOYD THE WALL BY ROGER WATERS POSTERS! Coming soon to the site, we will have “Pink Floyd The Wall Hammers by Roger Waters”, “Pink Floyd The Wall Album by Roger Waters”, and “Pink “Floyd The Wall Film by Roger Waters”.



If you are a dedicated fan or newly stumbled across their music, these posters are classic reminders of the psychedelic music and influential rock band. So go ahead, what are you waiting for! Pick up a poster, lay back and watch the movie!

Rush Poster

RUSH: Prog rock and posters

Rush Hiemispheres poster
Rush Hiemispheres poster

Long, complex songs with deep sub textual meanings buried in lyrics often inspired by sci-fi and fantasy, and played by virtuoso musicians? That is the formula for prog (progressive) rock. And who, you may ask, are the godfathers of the prog rock movement that blew up in the seventies and became a legit subgenre? Well, technically Led Zeppelin laid the groundwork but a band that worshipped them were the ones to really define it. That band was a little Canadian trio called Rush and they turned prog rock into radio gold and held it up for the world to see.

Rush put out their first, self titled album in 1974. On that album were founding members Geddy Lee (doing the vocals and bass), Alex Lifeson (rocking the guitar) and  John Rutsey (on the drums). It wasn’t until their second album, however, that Rush discovered who they were meant to be. This was largely due to the departure of the perfectly adequate Rutsey and the addition of the phenomenal drum god, Neil Peart. Ask that friend of yours who is an encyclopedia of rock ‘n roll trivia who the best rock drummer of all time is; 9 times out of ten they’re going to answer Neil Peart.

When Peart joined Lee and Lifeson, both of whom were also tremendously gifted at their chosen instruments, something clicked into place. They released their second album, “Fly By Night” and already the tighter, more dynamic sound began to garner rave reviews and radio play. He wasn’t just a drummer with unbelievably fast hands that could be everywhere at once. He also was a talented lyricist with a penchant for existential themes and classic science fiction. This became clearer on their next album “Caress of Steel” which was made up of multi movement story-songs. They continued to build on those ideas in their platinum (in Canada) album 2112, and with it prog rock burst into the mainstream.

In 2015 they embarked on their 40th anniversary tour the R40 Live tour–and it also happens to be their last (unless a miracle happens and they change their minds). For fans who feel the sting of no more Rush shows, consider picking up the new Rush poster at Posterservice.com. It is a live shot featuring the band from their “Hemispheres” tour. The poster is 24×36 in landscape and would be the envy of all your prog rock loving nerd friends, framed and hanging on the wall.

Budget Saver Poster Frame
Budget Saver Poster Frame

And a Rush poster deserves no less than to be framed in a high quality poster frame. At Frameusa.com we have any kind of posterframe or picture frame you could want to display your rock and roll memorabilia. Our Budget Saver poster frame would make an excellent housing for the Rush “Hemispheres” poster. It’s a sturdy black frame with a 1 1/4″ width. And if you have any record album art, maybe the sleeve to Rush’s seminal 1980 album “Moving Pictures–we even have a wooden display frame that’s made specifically to display it. Our Frame-An-Album is a 12.5×12.5″ wood picture frame with a 3/4″ profile and a 1 3/8″ depth. It comes in black or natural so it works with a modern rock

Frame-An-Album Natural
Frame-An-Album Natural

studio cave or a rustic biker garage.

So kick back, throw on your favorite Rush album and gaze up at your newly framed Rush poster. You can keep them touring forever in your head.