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Ivory Coast Picture Framing Offer Bespoke Frames

Ivory Coast Picture Framing Offer Bespoke Frames

Ivory Coast, a Ranui based Picture Framing company are offering a custom design service for photography or artwork of any size.

In the picture framing business for over 20 years, Ivory Coast founder Peter Dixon says it is his passion for the profession which has allowed the business to thrive throughout the years.

“For me, picture framing is a passion – not a job. My role is based around determining what the artwork needs to show itself off in the best possible way”.

Up until recently, Dixon had been splitting his time between his picture framing profession and a day job. However, he has now walked away from this role, choosing to focus on Ivory Coast Picture Framing full time, a change which has been reflected in his work.

“Being able to focus one hundred percent on my picture framing has allowed me to become more imaginative and creative with the frames that I produce”, says Dixon.

“I’ve been lucky enough to work with some of the country’s top artists, leaving my mark on some really stunning pieces”.

Not only has Ivory Coast Framing been trusted with high end artwork, but Dixon also lends his skills to simpler projects, such as family portraits and wedding photo framing.

“No matter who the project is for, I still enjoy producing a unique concept for a frame which does the piece that lies within in it justice”, say Dixon.

Ivory Coast Picture framing in West Auckland is now taking bookings for the busy Christmas period via their website.

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