Sometimes you just want to keep it simple. No big mats, no ornate frames, just a way to keep your art on the wall and protect it.

One of our more popular (and least expensive) frames is the simple black moulding shown below.


This project is for NAU – specifically Taylor Hall, which is named after the first president of the university that eventually became the NAU we know today. Almon Nicholas Taylor presided over the first graduating class (a total of four students) and helped to bring the university into existence. Taylor Hall is one of the oldest buildings on campus. To showcase some of the history, NAU brought in images from their archives to have printed and framed for display throughout the building.

Each piece was printed on Inkjet archival paper, mounted, framed and spaced off TrueView AR Glass, which will protect it from UV light and help keep the pictures from fading.


Keep it Simple: NAU Historic Photographs