Frame by Moebe is a frame that's been reduced to it's core form. It consists of two pieces of acrylic glass, four sides made of either oak or aluminium and a rubber band. The rubber band both holds the frame together and serves for hanging the frame on your wall.
The clear window allows for easily framing smaller prints, photos, polaroids or other assorted objects and mementos between the acrylic.
How It Works
Place your print, motif or object such as leaves or dried flowers between the two pieces of plexiglas.
Once set, place the four frame pieces around each side and pull the rubber band around them, locking the frame together.
The rubber band not only keeps the frame in one piece but is also how you hang it. You can hang it in landscape or portrait from the rubber band, or simply lean it against a surface.
Framing Area A2 paper size (594 x 420mm / 23.4 x 16.5" )
Size H 615 L 440 W 12 mm / H 24.2 L 17.3 W .47 "
Material Untreated Oak or Powder Coated Aluminum
Origin Made in Poland
Flower Pressing Guide
For Moebe Frames
1. Choose your flowers. It is important to pick flowers that are suitable for pressing. Flowers with a low water content will both dry faster and look nicer pressed, as they are often thinner.
2. Find something to press the flowers in. As you are pressing all the water out of the flowers, be sure to choose something that can absorb the water, such as a book, newspaper or a piece of cotton placed both above and beneath the flowers.
3. Find something heavy to place on top. Be sure whatever the item that it distributes the weight evenly over the surface it is pressing against. Ensure your pressingings come out evenly flat.
4. Have patience. Leave the flowers undisturbed for around 14 days. Once finished all that is left is to take your frame and get creative with your fresh pressings.
The World Is Complex Enough.
Moebe is a Scandinavian design brand based in Copenhagen, consisting of cabinetmaker Anders Thams and architects Nicholas Oldroyd and Martin D. Christensen.
At Moebe they design, produce and keep things simple.
Focused on the essentials, they try to stay curious and keep their thoughts analogue striving to reduce the designs to their most simple forms. Thereby creating intuitive and honest products.View The Collection