Level handcrafts each gallery-quality frame with sustainably-harvested wood profile in your choice of Black, White, Natural Maple or Natural Walnut. Adding a mat to the frame protects your artwork and we have chosen 4-ply,acid-free conservation level matboards due to their aesthetic and archival qualities. You can set the frame, mat style, and glaze based on what looks best to you, or go with the settings recommended directly by the artist. Framed artwork will arrive with all necessary instructions and hardware for hanging.
This is the size of the paper the artwork is printed on, measured from edge to edge. Once you start customizing the frame, you will also see the dimensions of the outer frame.
Shipping and Turnaround Time
Framed artwork is shipped via FedEx Ground from NY, well-protected to arrive safely. We build the frame to your specifications and mount the artwork within 5 days of each order, unless a specific ship date is stated in the collection or on the print descriptions. Shipping takes another 1 to 5 days depending on your address (US-only for now).
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Infographic: The Grinders Vs. The Dreamers
Letterpress printed on 32# Lettra stock
This poster is inspired by my developing realization that the most valuable tool anyone has is their grind—represented in the poster as steps carved into an incline. I'm not talking about the daily grind: doing work you don't like or care about. By grind I mean a combination of work ethic and improvised strategy that becomes a daily ritual and ensures progression or improvement over time, regardless of an individual day or even week's outcome.
Dreaming about reaching the same goal is easier and faster in the beginning, but doesn't provide the same ritualized framework. The more a dream is exposed to reality, the more it needs this framework—grind.