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  • Display stand for Mounted Photo Prints

    Hi all,

    Hope someone may be able to help. I'm looking for a display stand whereby I can stack my A3 and A4 mounted prints for people to flick through.

    I've tried looking on ebay but am coming up with zilch. If anyone has seen such an item on their travels I'd love to hear from you.

    Thanks in advance for any help....Rob
    Web: www.randmphotography.com
    Twitter: www.twitter.com/dolts007


  • #2
    Do you mean something like this?
    http://images.google.co.uk/imgres?im...3DMAB%26sa%3DN

    Also look up print bin
    Last edited by goldy1; 25-01-2009, 08:00 PM.
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    • #3
      can't say I've ever seen anything for that kind of display,most photographers seem to have their boarded prints in baskets or clear boxes for people to flick through.

      you have some lovely photo's on your website,my OH has just got into photography and I'm seriously considering investing in some thermals ,lol, its cold standing there holding tripod,lenses and filters
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      • #4
        thank you both for your comments. I do like the look of the cradle, albeit a bit expensive.

        We do a lot of craft fairs and find a lot of our prints are kept out of sight as we have no space left to show them. We have a couple of display boards at the back of the table but once you have the cards, keyrings, magnet stands on there, there's little room for anything else, hence why I thought this would be handy to put at the side of the table.

        I never knew what these were called so will try and have a look around, thanks to you.

        Also, beckyboo, thanks for your kind comments. Means a lot when fellow craft people compliment each other.

        PS, Forgot to add comments to your posts but thankyou anyway !
        Last edited by dolts007; 25-01-2009, 08:32 PM.
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        • #5
          What about an artist portfolio. They come in diffrent sizes.
          or

          Last edited by goldy1; 25-01-2009, 08:57 PM.
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          • #6
            You've got me thinking now ! Am going to have a good look and see what will look best.

            Let the searching begin......
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            • #7
              That print browser looks very much like an expensive magazine rack to me.
              Although a bit small would one of these do the same job?
              http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/X-Frame-Wooden...713.m153.l1262

              Melanie

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              • #8
                Hi Melanie

                Thanks so much for the link! Am now searching ebay for magazine racks/print bins/artist folders etc so hopefully I can find something that will fit the bill !

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                • #9
                  I was going to say a magazine rack too if I'd got here earlier! Our local antique centre has their old prints in them and they look really smart.
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                  • #10
                    Otherwise do you have a ( possibly retired) neighbour who does woodwork as a hobby? I'm sure it wouldn't cost too much to have one made in the size you want.

                    Melanie

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                    • #11
                      Hi,

                      I have my smaller prints in a wooden box - probably came from ikea. People seem to enjoy flicking through the box looking. I also have a cheap wooden magazine rack and for the larger prints I have one of these:
                      http://www.artdiscount.co.uk/product..._storage_rack/
                      which is the cheapest print browser I've seen around. I've been using one of them for ages and I even bought another which I gave to another stall holder.

                      It's actually not that hard to make your own display stuff if you fancy giving it a go, glue & cardboard with material thrown over will go a long way...

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