The Tru Frameable Moment™
It’s a cause for celebration when the residents of a small town see one of their own make it big. The town turned out in force to honor a local hero, one of the lead actors in Jersey Boys, at a red-carpet premiere at the local movie theater. Entry #2 commemorates the actor’s homecoming with the same style and panache of the event itself.
The frame incorporates the brick motif from the movie poster to create the effect of looking down an alleyway. A miniature marquee replicates the one on the theater the evening of the event, and the classic car is a model of the one used to chauffeur the actor to the event. The lamppost outside of the frame uses a LED light; a miniature Bluetooth speaker is disguised as a brick and elements are glazed with Optium Acrylic® and Museum Glass®.
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