Dallas, TX, November 20, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Frame Destination Inc. announces the GalleryPouch™ Gold, a premium bubble bag designed for protecting artwork as well as other items. GalleryPouch™ Gold premium bubble bags
are made from transparent, heavyweight laminated 3/16 inch polyethylene bubble. Unlike other rolled bubble products, there are no exposed bubbles, which protects the bubble by making it difficult to pop. Both sides of the product are smooth, making it easy to slip in artwork and pack it for shipping or other transport.
GalleryPouch™ Gold is available in two options: GalleryPouch™ Gold w/ Velcro® and GalleryPouch™ Gold w/ Flap. GalleryPouch™ Gold w/ Velcro® premium bubble bags have an adjustable self-adhesive Velcro® sealing option. This option allows the customer to custom-tailor the height of the bag. Simply remove the adhesive backing from the Velcro® strip after placing artwork or item in the bag, and then adhere the Velcro® to the front of the bag. GalleryPouch™ Gold w/ Flap is identical to GalleryPouch™ Gold w/ Velcro®, but does not have a Velcro® closure. Customers can easily seal the bag with packing tape or other fastener.GalleryPouch™
Gold is the brainchild of photographer, author and consultant Andrew Darlow. Darlow says "After completing a printing project for a client comprised of ten 40x40-inch stretched canvas prints, I discovered it was a nightmare to properly protect the work for shipping. I ended up using 48-inch-wide bubble material with a lot of packing tape, which concerned me due to the fragility of the canvas. I knew there must be a better way, so I contacted Frame Destination and asked if they could produce large, custom-sized bubble bags that were re-sealable. After many e-mails, phone calls and prototypes, GalleryPouch™ Gold was born. And it came just in time. While we were developing the final product, I had two exhibitions of large photographs printed on canvas, including some as large as 38x70 inches in size. Frame Destination created a custom bubble bag for every one, greatly cutting down on the time needed to pack up the prints for transport. Having each print in a see-through bag also made it easy for me to determine placement on the gallery's walls while keeping the work protected."
Mark Rogers, founder and President of Frame Destination adds "GalleryPouch™ Gold fulfills a need voiced by many of our customers. We believe this product is perfect for our market segment, which includes galleries, photographers and other artists who need to protect and ship artwork for exhibitions, art shows and other events.”
Frame Destination’s online ordering system at http://www.FrameDestination.com includes a wide range of stock sizes, as well as custom sizes up to 50 x 156 inches. There is no minimum purchase and clients may request the bag opening to be on the long or short side. A dedicated website at http://www.GalleryPouch.com contains instructional videos, tips, and FAQs. Customers are invited to ask questions and share photos, videos and stories about their experiences with the product.
For more information about GalleryPouch™ Gold or other products from Frame Destination, contact Frame Destination, Inc., 13539 Method Street, Dallas, TX 75243, Phone: 972-479-1188, Fax: 866-389-2813 or Andrew Darlow at the contact phone/e-mail on this page. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.FrameDestination.com
About Andrew Darlow
Andrew Darlow is a photographer, author and digital imaging consultant. He has lectured and conducted seminars and workshops around the world at photo-related conferences, and for photography organizations, including the Advertising Photographers of America (APA), The Center for Fine Art Photography, the Arles Photo Festival and the International Center of Photography (ICP). His editorial and fine-art work have been featured in numerous magazines, including Photo District News, PDN Gear Guide, Popular Photography, Professional Photographer, Rangefinder, and Studio Photography magazine. His work has been widely exhibited and his prints are held in many private collections.
Darlow is editor of The Imaging Buffet (www.imagingbuffet.com), an online resource with news, reviews, and interviews covering the subjects of photography, printing, and new media. His newest book is “Pet Photography 101: Tips for Taking Better Photos of Your Dog or Cat” (Focal Press) and his book, "301 Inkjet Tips and Techniques: An Essential Printing Resource for Photographers" (Course Technology, PTR) was chosen as the winner in the “Photography: Instructional/How-To” category of The National Best Books 2008 Awards, sponsored by USA Book News.