The framed house option is a beautiful way to display your commissioned artwork on the wall. Arriving in a solid wood frame and ready to hang,
it makes the perfect gift for someone special.
The artwork is 20cm x 25cm with a black wooden frame surround, making the overall frame size
23cm x 28cm - roughly A4 size. Larger frames can be sourced for a larger artwork if desired, simply email me or fill in the comments section in the quote form and I will get back to you with available options and prices.
The artwork is built into the box frame, which has a depth of 2.8cm leaving room for layers of paper details and slightly protruding elements, like you can see in the images above. I call this my ‘semi-3D’ approach; it is not completely 3D like the house models you can see on my site, rather I use layers of paper to build up details, shadow and textures, creating depth and almost a trick of 3D.
This option can be made landscape or portrait, depending on the building and how best it would fit within the frame, or depending if there are other surrounding elements you would like to include.
Square frames are also available.
As with all my artwork, this can be made in either all white paper or in colour. I often like to work with a slightly limited palette if in colour, whereby I take the main colours and keep to just these few, adding plenty of white where I can to keep things fresh and bright. I can of course adapt to specific colour requirements.
I prefer to source my paper from local stores in Amsterdam that I can cycle to, which cuts out delivery emissions as well as supporting smaller businesses. If you would like a specific paper or effect, however, I can look into sourcing this online but it may add a slight additional charge.
For this quote I will need a full front photograph of the building and any surroundings you would like included, along with close up photographs of details to take note of. If it isn't possible to get photographs, this might not be a problem if you are able to share a Google Maps location where there are enough images on Street View or similar.
Any other questions or requests please don't hesitate to get in touch.