Fractures are different from traditional pictures and frames. Instead of printing on paper, we print directly on glass. Instead of separating the picture, frame, and mount, a Fracture combines all three into a beautiful, lasting, final product.
Fracture is a photo decor company that is changing the way people print and display their personal digital photos. We sell a one-piece picture & frame made from printed glass, which we call a “fracture”.
Our goal is to bridge the gap between taking your photos and getting them on your wall, and our product is giving people a reason to get excited about photo printing again.
I love my Fracture photos.
I am a former scrapbooker but I still love to take a bunch of family photos. For the purpose of this review I had printed up a photo of my husband and myself, and one of my husband with the daughter of a close family friend. (It was hard to get a good picture of a picture of a picture for the purpose of this review.) It is absolutely stunning the way these pictures came out. Fractures are different from traditional pictures and frames.
Instead of printing on paper, they print directly on glass.
Instead of separating the picture, frame, and mount, a Fracture combines all three into a beautiful, lasting, final product. Their website is easy to use. I simply uploaded the pictures I wanted, chose the sizes I wanted and received my order very quickly. My husband loved them and hung them up instantly. They are on the wall above our couch in the living room. We can see them every time we enter the room and especially the house given how our apartment is laid out.
Glass prints in five 4:3 ratio sizes and three square sizes. Fracture uses environmentally-friendly packaging. Every Fracture comes with a Happiness Guarantee and Lifetime Warranty.
Right now until August 19th you can save 15% off your order using the code “SUMMER”. It’s a great way to print out your favorite pictures from this summer.
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Very cool #howifracture #family #collage from @clyderose. “Can’t wait to do more of our photos!” Thanks so much for sharing. If you have Fractures on display you’re proud of, we’d love to share them! Post them using the #howifracture hashtag so we can show them off!
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