NEW YORK, NY.-
Eli Wilner & Company, the worlds most renowned framer, has launched eWilner Frames, a free iPhone and iPad app that offers over 100 of the gallery's greatest frames for use on digital photos. The new framing app has already been featured in the New York Times.
Wilner created the app to adapt the framing business to the digital age, and to make period frames accessible to the broader public. eWilner Frames allows users to frame digital art and 'selfies' in the same caliber of frames that Eli Wilner & Company uses with clients like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and The White House. After selecting a photo on your iPhone or iPad, the app automatically shows it in over 100 frames. This way, frame selection becomes an enjoyable tour through the Eli Wilner & Company frame collection.
Four frames are available for free with the app, and the others can be purchased for 99 cents each. In an upcoming release, users will have the ability to purchase the entire collection for $9.95. Each frame features detailed descriptions and historical information. The app also offers numerous special effects, filtering, photo adjustments, stickers, drawing tools, and more.
As Eli Wilner told the New York Times, Throughout the history of art, frames have been essential to the presentation of pictures. In the digital age, as more people take and share photographs, its important that we not forget how great frames can also enhance pictures from their wedding, honeymoon, or bar mitzvah, and make them special.
Eli Wilner & Company is the world's finest resource for antique American and European frames. As a specialist in period framing for nearly 40 years, Eli Wilner has completed 28 projects for the White House and over 15,000 framing projects for collectors and museums. For more information contact Eli Wilner & Company or visit their website at www.EliWilner.com