Fracture was founded in the summer of 2008 when founders Alex and Abhi were doing non-profit work on the southeastern edge of Africa. During much of their downtime they would discuss subjects such as art, entrepreneurship and peanut butter. Discussions of two of those topics led them to realize that the concept of printing and framing had pretty much remained the same for hundreds of years. So today they own Fracture and their vision is clear: to make printing as customized and personal as the pictures themselves and to make decorating as easy and exciting as taking the picture.
Anyone can create a Fracture and telling your story with Fracture allows it to come to life. The process is simple, upload your photo, place your order, and in a few days you’ll receive your Fracture in their custom, environmentally-friendly packaging, ready to be mounted on your wall. They even include the screw.
Fracture offers several sizes from 4.8″x6.4″ (pictured above) to 21.6″x28.8″ and can be hung or you can add a stand (see below).
All Fractures are made by hand and every Fracture comes with a Happiness Guarantee and Lifetime Warranty. Our Fractures arrived absolutely gorgeous. We love that they are an all in once piece, no separate frame and the picture goes all the way to the edge with no distracting frame. Since the picture is printed directly on the glass these are the most durable photos we will ever print and we do not have to worry about fading.
We spent the Easter Holiday at my parents home and took lots of pictures as we enjoyed the beautiful day so when we were given the opportunity to try Fracture I had plenty of pics in mind. As you can see the Fractures display beautifully telling an awesome story of that Spring day. Head over to fractureme.com today and use promo code SUMMERSALE now through August 2nd and receive 20% off your order! Also be sure to enter the “Stay Cool” Summer Photo Contest through July 31st for a chance to win a $500 Fracture gift card!
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