Fracture Helps UF & Shands Decorate Their Walls in New Facility
Fractures hang from the new walls of UF & Shands’ Family Medicine at Main facility
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (August 1, 2012) – Fracture, a company that prints one-piece picture and frames made from glass, announces today that Fractures are the decoration of choice for UF & Shands’ new Family Medicine at Main facility.
“The designers beautified the interior with photography taken by their very own employees, and Fracture has been there along the way to help,” says Mike Garrett, brand evangelist, Fracture.
The Fracture factory made more than 68 glass pieces measuring at 24 x 36 inches, including three made from photographs from well-know photographer John Moran. Some Fractures are hanging in the exam rooms and some in the hallways. For more information about Fracture and how you can order a Fracture online, please visit www.fractureme.com.
A Fracture is a one-piece picture and frame made from printed glass, which mounts directly to a wall quickly and easily. Fracture grew out of the idea photo printing should be simple, affordable, and modern, and the company has been in business 2.5 years creating their glass prints. Fracture's vision is clear: to make printing as customized and personal as the pictures themselves and to make decorating as easy and exciting as taking the picture. Visit www.fractureme.com for more information.