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Artist Spotlight: Dean Russo

Posterservice Inc. is very proud to be working with Brooklyn-based Pop artist Dean Russo. Dean celebrates his love of animals through this extensive collection of poster canvases. With vibrant colors and characteristic aplomb, Russo’s deep affection for the animal world resonates through his work.

The graffiti-laden streets of Russo’s Brooklyn upbringing inspired him to create a truly idiosyncratic approach to design and filigree. An often-misunderstood artist, Russo’s medium is joy, vibrancy, and a love of life.

 

Brooklyn Bridge by Dean Russo
Brooklyn Bridge by Dean Russo
  • Item #: PSA011185
  • Size: 36×24
  • Price:$6.99

 

Che Guevara By Dean Russo
Che Guevara By Dean Russo
  • Item #: PSA011140
  • Size: 24×36
  • Price:$6.99

 

Turtle By Dean Russo
Turtle By Dean Russo
  • Item #: PSA011145
  • Size: 36×24
  • Price:$6.99

 

Einstein by Dean Russo
Einstein by Dean Russo
  • Item #: PSA010995
  • Size: 24×30
  • Price:$6.99

 

Starry Night by Dean Russo
Starry Night by Dean Russo
  • Item #: PSA010815
  • Size: 36×24
  • Price:$6.99

 

Easy Rider By Dean Russo
Easy Rider By Dean Russo
  • Item #: PSA011130
  • Size: 36×24
  • Price:$6.99

 

Dean Russo - Elephant
Dean Russo – Elephant
  • Item #: PSA010985
  • Size: 24×36
  • Price:$6.99

Dean Russo Collection

 

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 frames that are perfect for your new posters.  Check out their full selection today here!

Movie Poster Frames

A lot of movie poster collectors have questions on the best way to frame their movie posters.  While poster frames can range in size, the two most common are 24×36 and 27×40.  Lucky for you, we have a wide range of both posters and frames to choose from. We also offer custom sizes on our website!

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

Here are just a few of these great options:

Movie Poster Frames
-Terminator
Movie Poster Frame
DC Comics
Movie Poster Frames
Marvel Comics
Movie Poster Frame
Space Movies
Classic Movie Poster Frames
Classic Movies

Once you’ve found that perfect poster, you need the perfect frame.

  • 24 x 36 – This is the most common size for a standard poster. This is the ideal sized frame for concert and novelty posters to hang around your room or house.
  • 27 x 40 – This is the standard movie poster frame size for typical movie posters (occasionally you’ll find them sized 27 x 41) making it perfect for officially licensed movie posters.

In case you were wondering, all frames can be used to frame posters no matter the type or style. Always remember to measure your image before choosing a frame. Our frames are based on inside dimensions. So if you have an 8×10 image and don’t want to mat it, then order an 8×10 frame. Now if you have an 8×10 image and do plan on matting it, then order a larger frame size to accommodate this.

Wood Wall Frames

Wall Frames

Wall Frames at Frame USA

Frame USA has been in the art and framing business for 30 years and counting.  We’ve grown to work with a wide variety of companies including small businesses and individuals across the United States. We have customers who need thousands of wall frames and those who need 10. We have “the regulars” and the “first-timers”. Whether you’re looking for a thousand-piece plaque order or a simple custom wall frame job, we make it happen – any style, any size, any time.

Our wall frames are broken down into four categories to make it simple for our customers: Wood Frames, Metal Frames, Poster Frames & Specialty Frames.

Wood Wall Frames

Wood Wall Frames
Wood Wall Frames

Our wood picture frames come in many different ready made sizes and styles — All of which are completely made in America! We take pride in both our affordable prices and high-quality standards. We also offer custom sizes for those special projects. Explore our wide variety of wall frame guaranteed to liven up any work of art or interior decor.

Metal Wall Frames

Metal Wall Frames
Metal Wall Frames

Our Metal I and Metal II Wall Frames are known for their superior quality and affordability. For a bolder and more aggressive statement, we offer our Heavy Metal Wall Frames. These frames are thicker than our standard metal frames and finished off with a wide rounded edge. We offer several black metal picture frame options throughout our series as well as gold, silver and bronze picture frames.

 

Poster Wall Frames

Our Poster Frames are available in a wide variety of colors. These posterframes are made from the highest quality materials for lasting beauty. They come fully assembled and shrink wrapped with mitered corners, a clear acrylic plastic sheet front and a hanging system for vertical or horizontal display. Poster wall frames are available in a wide variety of poster frame sizes and with three types of frame backing boards: featured in corrugated, hardboard or foamcore backing.

 

Specialty Wall Frames

A Shadow Box is an enclosed, glass front wall frame that can hold and display items that have value or particular meaning for an individual. Create your own custom Shadowbox with 3 series of shadow box frame: Elite, Showcase, and Boxer. These Shadow Boxes are deeper than our standard frames and designed to store and display you precious mementos.

We’re proud of our products, our service, and the way we stand behind what we do. When it comes to serving our customers, our goal is to create Raving Fans of Frame USA. We guarantee you’ll love our wall frames. And you’ll love the way we treat you at Frame USA!

New Posters with PosterService

Most of you know that Frame USA has a sister site called Posterservice, which specializes in a wide variety of posters included but not limited to:

We wanted to refresh your memory and introduce you to some of the newest posters we have just rolled out:

Spring by Marc Allante
Spring by Marc Allante
  • Item #: PSA011205
  • Size: 24×36
  • Price:$6.99
Flags of the World
Flags of the World
  • Item #: PSA034271
  • Size: 24×36
  • Price:$6.99
Along The Route
Along The Route
  • Item #: PSA011215
  • Size: 36×24
  • Price:$6.99
Glowing Eiffel Tower
Glowing Eiffel Tower
  • Item #: PSA011190
  • Size: 36×24
  • Price:$6.99
Brooklyn Bridge by Dean Russo
Brooklyn Bridge by Dean Russo
  • Item #: PSA011185
  • Size: 36×24
  • Price:$6.99
Monkey On A Trip
Monkey On A Trip
  • Item #: PSA011195
  • Size: 36×24
  • Price:$6.99
Now I Lay Me Down To Read
Now I Lay Me Down To Read
  • Item #: PSA011200
  • Size: 36×24
  • Price:$6.99
The Nightmare
The Nightmare
  • Item #: PSA011220
  • Size: 36×24
  • Price:$6.99

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 frames that are perfect for your new posters.  Check out their full selection today at http://www.frameusa.com/poster-frames!

Frame USA’s Picture Frame Shop

Picture Frame Shop
Frame USA Picture Frame Shop

 

Frame USA has been in the art and framing business for 30 years and counting.  We’ve grown to work with a wide variety of companies including small businesses and individuals across the United States. We have customers who need thousands of frames and those who need 10. We have “the regulars” and the “first-timers”. Whether you’re looking for a thousand-piece plaque order or a simple custom framing job, we make it happen – any style, any size, any time.
Frame USA Retail Store, our picture frame shop, can meet all your framing needs. Readymade frames & custom framing with our 100% “made in America” signature line are beautiful & affordable. We offer a variety of services & unbeatable pricing as well.
We believe in community, sustainability, and free information. One of our favorite parts of this business is the ability to make a difference (whether that’s from our monthly charity initiative which we promote in our picture frame shop or promoting our ever-popular eco-friendly wood picture frames.)  We welcome all artists, designers and photographers to share their work with us — we love promoting the customers who use our frames.
Frame USA Warehouse Outlet is the one stop picture frame shop for all your framing needs. We offer custom and corporate framing, custom mats, photo retouching and enlarging, large format printing including banners, dry mounting and archival framing. Buy direct from the manufacturer at our 80,000 square foot manufacturing and warehousing facility! We are here to provide you with all your framing needs at incredible savings.
Retail Store hours :
Monday – Friday:  10AM-7PM
Saturday: 10AM-6PM
Sunday: Closed
225 Northland Blvd., Cincinnati, OH 45246
Any questions about the custom framing services at Frame USA? We’re happy to answer them, 513-733-9800 or email: [email protected]
Feel free to visit our Retail Store website: http://www.frameusaretailstore.com/

 

May The Fourth Be With You

Star Wars

May 4th is widely recognized as a day to celebrate all things Star Wars! While not an official holiday, this date was selected due to the play on the big Star Wars catchphrase “May the Force be with you.”

In 2007 the city council of Los Angeles established May 25th as Star Wars Day because it marked the 30th anniversary of the release of the original Star Wars film, A New Hope.

That mere fact doesn’t deter any die-hard Star Wars fan from recognizing May 4th as the actual holiday. In Canada they went so far as to organize a celebration of Star Wars Day, with the first annual event taking place in 2011. Then to double down on May 4th as the unofficial but official celebratory day, The Walt Disney Company has hosted many Star Wars gatherings and events annually on this day.

Star Wars Posters
Star Wars Posters

Head on over to our sister site Posterservice and browse our selection of Star Wars posters. While you’re at it we have a sale on ALL of our poster frames going on right now. So once you select your favorite Star Wars poster, get it framed beautifully and receive 10% off with Coupon Code: Cinco10.

And remember, May the Fourth be with you!

Cinco De Savings

Postersevice — New Poster Preview

PosterService

Most of you know that Frame USA has a sister site called Posterservice, which specializes in a wide variety of posters included but not limited to:

We wanted to refresh your memory and introduce you to some of the newest posters we have just rolled out.

Groovy Records

Groovy Records

Depicted in this poster is a 1960’s record store with music posters showcasing big names such as The Beatles and Jimi Hendrix.

Venice Grand Canal by Leonid Afremov

Venice Grand Canal

This poster is a colorful pallet knife painting of the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. This canal is one of the most traffic infested parts of the city and provides water buses, water taxis and gondolas of people to travel. This painting is brought to us by Leonid Afremov, a distinguished contemporary artist.

Visit Mars

Visit Mars

This poster is part of NASA’s initiative to revamp their space program and get the youth interested in space.

Head on over to Posterservice and pick from our wide selection then have it framed with Frame USA.

Picking the Best Poster Frames

Memorial Day weekend is almost here and that’s when Hollywood kicks off the summer blockbuster season and starts releasing their big tentpole movies. If you’re a fan of action, adventure and fantasy or anything with explosions, special effects or spies, this is a great time of year for you. Sometimes it’s fun, when you’re a fan, to get a few posters from the big movies coming up. Not the expensive, collectible posters that hold a lot of value, just the ones you can pull out of the rack or order online at Posterservice. Unless you’re ten years old, however, you probably don’t just want to throw the poster up willy-nilly on a wall. You want to put it in a picture frame. What are ideal movie poster frames?

At Frameusa we have an entire category devoted solely to poster frames. They are all plastic picture frames but come in a wide variety. The best choices when you’re looking for a large frame like a 24 x 36 or 27 x 40 frame are our Budget Saver series and our Simply Poly.

Budget Saver have a beveled 1 1/4″ profile and come in black and cherry. They have a sleek look to them and are good and sturdy. Our Simply Poly posterframes also have a 1 1/4″ profile but are flat, like our popular Corporate wood picture frames. The Simply Poly comes in white or black.

Budget Saver Black
Budget Saver Black

 

Simply Poly White
Simply Poly White

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you don’t want plastic there are some other frames that are particularly well suited to showing off your movie posters. If it’s wood you’re looking for, the aforementioned Corporate series comes in many different colors and is made from an eco-friendly wood composite. So not only does your Ant-Man poster look good in it, but you’re also helping the environment. For a thinner profile, made from real wood, you can’t go wrong with our Architect series. It has a tight, slim look and comes in some great colors.

 

Corporate Brazilian Walnut
Corporate Brazilian Walnut
Architect Red
Architect Red

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lastly, for something a little different, our Metal I and Metal II series can be put to good use showing off your favorite movie posters. They have the same thin, 3/8″ width but each series offers different colors. Metal I has the more basic, red, white, blue, black, silver and gold, while Metal II offers some unique colors like blue pewter, gunmetal grey and shiny bronze.

Metal I Black
Metal I Black

 

Metal II Blue Pewter
Metal II Blue Pewter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So when you need frames for pictures or posters in particular, check out what we have at Frameusa. We’ll make your art look great!

The Big Bang Theory

This Week in Pop Culture: The Big Bang Theory

It’s no secret than in the last decade, nerd culture has undergone a revolution from scorned and ridiculed to a multimedia powerhouse. The force that drives Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters and televisions most successful–both critically and financially–programming. Not only are all the movies and shows made for and by nerds but now we have a ton of content about them. But back in  2007 (doesn’t sound like a long time ago, does it?) we really didn’t have anything that cast nerds as the leading men and women. At least, not until September 24th–the date that Chuck Lorre’s new (at the time) sitcom, “The Big Bang Theory” premiered. Then we were all treated to watch the social dynamic of a group of geeky scientists change as a pretty, popular girl was thrust into their midst.

If you’re not familiar with the show, it breaks down like this: Leonard Hofstadter and Sheldon Cooper are two socially awkward physicists (as well as roommates) working at Caltech in Pasadena along with their friends Howard and Raj (an aerospace engineer and astrophysicist, respectively). They are all living their normal, nerdy lives when a pretty waitress/aspiring actress named Penny moves across the hall and Leonard falls for her. Hard. This disrupts their social norm (which is of particular concern to the obsessive-compulsive Sheldon) and hilarity ensues. In the first season a lot of the jokes and comedic through-line were based around the gulf between Penny’s world and the boys’. Her not understanding their references–them not understanding her social confidence and competence. This sort of became secondary, however, as time moved on and the characters developed and grew. The focus shifted to the relationships more than the gimmick and in it’s fourth season it became the highest rated comedy on TV.

Along with this popularity came merchandising. T-shirts emblazoned with Sheldon’s catchphrase, “Bazinga!”, began popping up all over the place, as well as posters. Which brings us to the Big Bang Posters that we carry at Posterservice.com. There are six Big Bang theory posters to choose from with different cast photos and art that you can frame and hang in your nerdtastic home theater where you watch the show in it’s constant syndicated reruns.

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9636

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TBBT Penny "Stunning" 9762 9602

 

 

And of course, you wouldn’t want to have your new Big Bang Theory posters hanging naked on the wall–Sheldon Cooper would never allow that–so you’ll want to pick up poster frames for your posters. At Frameusa.com we have a wide selection of poster frames to choose from. Our Budget Saver frames in black are always an excellent choice to frame your tv and movie posters.

So get your Star Trek shirts on, heat up a warm beverage or some Thai food, hang your newly framed Big Bang Theory posters and kick back to enjoy some nerdy goodness for a few hours. It will do you good. If nothing else, you’ll learn some science factoids.

 

Star Wars: Episode 4

Today in History: STAR WARS Strikes Back (again and then again)

We all appreciate the impact “Star Wars” has had on pop culture. It can’t be overstated. Whle “Jaws” may have been the first major

Star Wars: Episode 4
Star Wars: Episode 4

“summer blockbuster” in 1975, “Star Wars” came along and nearly doubled it’s lifetime box office (and I’m just talking about the very first Star Wars movie, now referred to as “Episode 4” in the franchise canon). It’s soaked into our identity and vernacular. Everybody knows what a lightsaber is–even kids who’ve never even seen one of the movies. If you go up to someone and say, “Long ago….” there’s a good chance they’ll come back with, “…in a galaxy far, far away.” It both influences other media and infiltrates it. There were a ton of no-name knockoff space operas in the years that followed, trying to cash in on the Star Wars fever. Of course, without the talent and passion behind them they were easily forgotten. And Star Wars is routinely mentioned in music (Weird Al has at least two or three songs about Star Wars), been the central theme of TV shows (remember when Leonard and Sheldon broke into Skywalker Ranch on “The Big Bang Theory”?)…it’s one of the most ubiquitous films of all tme. Maybe THE most.

The original theatrical run of Episode 4 was just not enough for people. VCR’s and movie rentals were still a few years ahead of the mainstream and people wanted to see this movie over, and over again. So on August 13th, 1982, two years after the seconf film (The Empire Strikes Back!) was released, Star Wars burst into theaters again, blasters blazing. It included the trailer for the third (and supposedly final) film, “Return of the Jedi.” During this run it grossed over $15 million. A five year old movie that everybody had already seen. People just couldn’t get enough of Luke Skywalker, stanring off into the burning Tatooine sunset. They needed to relive Han Solo asking, “Who’s scruffy looking?” And everyone needed more R2-D2 and C-3P0 in their lives (we still do).

That would be amazing enough except that Star Wars got ANOTHER WIDE THEATRICAL RELEASE! Almost twenty years after the original run George Lucas gave us the (fan-loathing and overly retconned)

The Empire Strikes Back!
The Empire Strikes Back!

Special Editions. These were digitally remastered, had a ton of extra scenes added, other scenes and musical cues tweaked, it made a ton of money, I don’t care for them at all. So let’s move on to the release of the VHS Special Edition Boxed Set. This happened, AGAIN on August 13th, the summer of 1997. This was where George Lucas and  the fans he’d given so much to broke up. The Special Editions were released with no plans to offer the original theatrical versions (the ones that he didn’t mess around with). Star Wars fans were (and still are) furious. They mostly did not like the additions and changes and didn’t understand why they couldn’t get cleaned up restorations of the originals (evenutally they were included, bare bones

Return of the Jedi
Return of the Jedi

and with no re-mastering as secondary discs with the special Edition DVD release). Star Wars fans are passionate, to say the least, and were crestfallen. There’s even an entire documentary about the rift between Lucas and his fans (The People VS. George Lucas).

With Disney having taken over the franchise and the first film under the new regime due out this Christmas, hopes are high that the movies will get back to their glory days. It’s doubtful though, that they’ll ever be able to recapture the magic of that first run, of that first film (or that second run for that matter). So while you’re thinking nostalgic thoughts about enjoying Star Wars with your dad as a kid, playing with your action figures and making the little guns go “pew pew!” why don’t you head on over to Posterservice.com and check out our selection of Star Wars posters. Maybe pick one (or all of them) up, frame them with posterframes from Frame USA and relive those Alderaan days and Tatooine nights (and get ready for the onslaught of new movies).