Somerset-based start-up Phlib have launched a new 3D magnetic frame. Like their other frames, you get the option of 27 single photos or the ‘photo explosion’, which is 1 image split into 27 pieces and spread over the entire frame. Photos are held to a sleek, metal, skeleton frame by tiny but powerful magnets. The novelty of the 3D Phlib frame is that it fits into the corner of the room (two walls and the ceiling).
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Looks amazing! Buying!
Reggie Holt at 12:41pm on Monday, November 05, 2012
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