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3D Printed Hands Are A New Take On The Picture Frame

Inspired by the way designers tend to hold their work in front of them, 'Handvas' presents a new take on displaying art.

Emma Hutchings
Emma Hutchings on June 20, 2013.

Handvas,’ which was founded last year, aims to showcase designer prints in a more engaging and creative way. Inspired by the way designers tend to hold their work in front of them, the piece of modern design presents a new take on displaying art.

3D Printed Hands Double As A Picture Frame

A pair of white hands attached to a wall grip the artwork, as if holding it up for the owner to view. The hands are 3D printed using a high-quality printer and come in a polished finish.

Handvas would be great for displaying art in your home, office, restaurant, store or gallery. They are made to order, so shipping takes around 4-5 weeks.

3D Printed Hands Double As A Picture Frame

Handvas is available as a big or small set, with the small set ($180) measuring 70mm x 85mm x 75mm and able to hold a maximum thickness of 2mm.

The big set ($360) measures 100mm x 115mm x 105mm and can hold a maximum thickness of 4mm. The Handvas featured in these images are holding artwork by Luca Ionescu.

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