If, like Adam Sandler, you’ve refused to take down that beloved Cheryl Tiegs poster from 1978, it might be time for some decor updating, now that you’re 43 and all. OpenFrame ($35+) lets you go from Playmate pinups to Picasso prints in a handful of seconds thanks to the custom frames and strong earth magnets that hold whatever you want in place. No Picasso? A ketchup-stained paper towel will do in a pinch.
OpenFrame: From Cheryl Tiegs To Picasso In 5 Seconds
Home By on Mar 29, 2013
Framed* 40-inch Digiframe
Home By on May 10, 2011
Bigger is better. It must be the motto of Framed*, a concept project imagining a 40-inch digital frame stretching three feet high and almost 2 feet across. So large the display consists of a 40″ Samsung LED, operating on Windows 7 and running off an Intel Core i5. The frame also contains a camera and microphone. This way, you can film yourself as you narrate your artwork or whatever one broadcasts on a 40″ picture frame. What, no shuffle mode? Anyway, you thought your girlfriend found your naked in the tub baby pics funny on a 3″ x 5″ photo or 7″ frame? How about when Grandma magnifies that pic 50 times and plasters it on her living room wall? Now, that’ll be a Christmas to remember.