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The series continues, and this week I present to you engineering intern Matt Gilton’s top pick.  Lincoln Harrison took this photo and has a series of similar works on his site that depict “Startrails.” Jon, the customer who ordered the Fracture, bought the image from the artist and said that the process that Harrison uses to create the photos is quite amazing. Another one of Matt’s favorite Fractures was taken by Jack Berman in New York City.  Jack had a …

Today, Sarah Russell, our customer service superstar, shares with you some of the most heart-warming pictures to date. This Fracture is a photo of 3-year-old Kaia searching for ladybugs in the grass at Point Reyes National Seashore, in northern California.  Jamie, Kaia’s mom, said it wasn’t a staged shot. “I just looked up and saw that everything had come together beautifully:  the incredible clouds, that sky, the bright green grass and the vivid splash of color of my little girl …

I asked everyone here at the factory to choose the Fractures which have stuck out the most to them. We now dedicate Friday’s post to showing you these incredible images. So for all of you who have been contacted and are allowing us to share your prints, thank you! The world is a better place because a photo you made is in it. Chris Kodadek, our team member who makes sure the materials are prepped and ready for each and …

Yesterday was an off-beat day here at Fracture.  We had visitors from all over the place, including a couple local tv stations, friends from the Gainesville Chamber of Commerce, Gainesville Mayor Craig Lowe, and some other surprise guests.  Why all the excitement? Well, the big news was that we just closed a $750K round of investment from the Tamiami Angel Fund!  Abhi and Alex have been working hard on that and they were happy to cross that hurdle. The other …

Founderbuzz’ Scott Olson asks our founders, Alex and Abhi, about their ideas and the Fracture product (pay no attention to the robot in the background). Be sure to follow Founderbuzz and Scott Olson on twitter! (Source: http://www.youtube.com/)

Your Diploma! Why spend hundreds placing it in an outdated frame, when you could easily create a sleek, glass version of it instead?! Doing so is almost as easy as searching through Wikipedia for those papers you saved last minute. How cool is that? All you have to do is: 1) Scan your diploma (or take it to your local copy shop, if you don’t own a scanner.) 2) Upload the digital file of your scanned diploma to Fractureme.com. 3) Wait …