Framing Pop Culture

You know them and love them. Pop culture icons! We love framing pop culture, literally! Check out some of our poppiest pop frames we’ve done recently, below 🙂

Anyone remember Squiggy from Laverne and Shirley? Hellooo! He was endearing and obnoxious… Here he is in a retro frame with his signature line….

Framing Pop Culture

Squiggy from Laverne and Shirley… Helloooo!


Wizard of Oz framed Munchkin hair lock… Yes you read that right! We framed a lock of hair from one of the original Munchkin actors. This unique frame was designed to look like a miniature dressing room, with mirrored sides, a tiny mirror and brush on a miniature yellow brick vanity. The Munchkin hair sits under the yellow brick vanity… see the second photo, below.

Close up of the Munchkin hair and miniature vanity 🙂

We are HUGE X-men fans here! This silkscreen by Mike Mitchell of Hank McCoy (The Beast) from the X-men is one of our favorites. A technical frame with gears, gauges and hardware suits The Beast’s scientific tendencies.  Mike Mitchell designed a series of at least 30 different marvel character prints, including this one. We were happy to get to frame it, and it’s featured here at our gallery!

Framing Pop Culture

Hank McCoy, The Beast, by Mike Mitchell

Super Frame! We framed this original watercolor of Superman from the Kingdom Come storyline. In this storyline, he’s aged a bit. But to us, he’s still the Man of Steel – so we figured a steely frame would be perfect!

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Original Superman Watercolor from the Kingdom Come storyline

Go ask Alice… or not… This signed Alice cooper photograph needed something special. We put a mad scientist frame and a little gratuitous spatter on the mats. Alice would approve. What a cool way to preserve a concert memento!

Alice Cooper custom framed at The Frame & I in Prescott

Alice Cooper in a spooky black leather, bloody handprint mat and mechanical frame.

This western scene is done in a pop art/illustrative style. We love it for its moody, moonlit blues. You can hear them singin’ and the fire cracklin’…

Cowboys Silkscreen framed in reclaimed wood and triple mats

Tron-Legends was arguably one of the best sequels ever made. Local Prescott artist Brett Blevins illustrated some of the movie mock-ups, and we had the good fortune to get to frame it. Brett is SO talented!

Bret Blevins’ original graphite illustration for the movie Tron – Legacy. We added a circuit board detail to the mat.

Let no pop icon go unnoticed… Who doesn’t love the Pillsbury Doughboy?  We recently got a line of stainless steel frames in and thought it would be fun to create a kitchen shadowbox for our doughboy figurine. Hehe!

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Custom shadowbox frame for Pillsbury Dough Boy doll, using ceramic tiles and stainless steel; just like the kitchen!

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