W&D Loves: Artifact Uprising’s Float Frames



We’ve lived in this house for two full years now. During these last two years, major milestones have taken place: Winnie joined the family, our home undertook a major renovation, a once-in-a-lifetime trip, we had a baby (!!!). Milestones that we want to remember and relive (maybe not the renovation, come to think of it) in a more meaningful way than just scrolling through a phone. We had the images, but not the time or the permanent wall space to display these captured moments in time. Once the renovation was complete, I was finally ready to commit to putting up artwork, as I had found permanent pieces that I really liked. wd_au_blogsized-6We had a phone full of photos, but wanted to explore a unique and beautiful way to display these moments in our home. Artifact Uprising reached out to see if we wanted to give their brand new float frames a spin, and I responded almost immediately with an enthusiastic YES. I spent hours going through our photos looking for the perfect selects that held sentimental meaning but still added an artful feeling to our walls. We ended up printing one of our wedding photos, a few newborn photos of August, some images from our trip to Scandinavia last year, and a photo of Winnie as puppy.


What I absolutely loved about Artifact Uprising, in particular the float frames, was that I didn’t have to do any prep work for the final piece. I sent over image files and they did did the rest. No time spent measuring, no worrying about the inevitable dust on the glass or very, very carefully placing an image to the almost impossible 90º in the frames.  After sending in our files, the order arrived 5 business days later ready to be hung (they also include instructions for those of us that need a little refresher). With sizes ranging from 12 x 14″ ($65) to 30″ x 42″ ($235), these frames a great option for both your iPhone snaps and high-res files.




Of all the gifts to give this holiday season, you really can’t go wrong with a beautifully framed photo. In our opinion, there’s no better looking frame out there!


A little more technical information for those of you that are interested: each piece is made with frame-grade acrylic and held together with brass bolts. Photos are inkjet-printed with 100% archival inks on FSC-certified, archival paper.

Ed. note: This post was sponsored by Artifact Uprising. The compensation received in exchange for placement on Wit & Delight is used to purchase props, hire a photographer and videographer, write/edit the blog post and support the larger team behind Wit & Delight.

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