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Unique Ways to Gift Wrap a Fracture Print

Hey everybody, very excited to share this awesome post from our new friend Rai Zapata on some very crafty wrapping ideas for your favorite Fracture prints. Enjoy! – Drew There’s something so special about giving a beautifully wrapped gift, no matter the time of year. The suspense, surprise and joy you see on the recipient’s face make me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Just love the art of “wrapping” I guess you can say. I brainstormed some unique and …

Take a Great Panorama with Any Camera

Hi guys, I’m Natalia — a UF student and fan of all things Trader Joe’s. I work on the Fracture marketing team, bringing you authentic content on the daily. If you have a smartphone, chances are you’ve heard of panoramic photography. It seems simple enough, even if it often ends up looking more like a guided tai chi exercise. But if you want to do it well, you’ll need more than steady hands. Our friends Les Picker and René Charles Ritchie …

How To Take Better Pictures With These DIY Filters

Some of the best things in life are free. Similarly, some of the most amazing photography filters come at little expense if you know what you’re looking for. Photography is an expensive venture that goes beyond the cameras and lenses you invest in. Sometimes all you want is an affordable approach to give your portfolio an edgy, unique look without the hassle of unnecessary spending. The good news is that Google can give you nearly unlimited websites and blogs that offer …

How to Make Your Own Mural-Sized Artwork

Have you ever wanted to add murals to your walls? For most, your initial thought might have been one of the following: a) I have to hire an artist, or b) I have to buy ill-fitting, wallpaper-style murals and hang them. Either option requires dishing out some serious dough or settling for something that’s not what you had in mind.   Enter your own ingenuity. You can make your own mural-sized artwork for very cheap, creating exactly what you want, in the color you want …

How to Create Your Very Own Zen Fracture Display

I’ll admit it – I’ve been needing to up my design game in my home office for awhile now.  The space in the entryway to my office was in dire need of an upgrade. After browsing through some design magazines, I finally found the perfect way to amp up my space. I wanted to create a meditative/reflective space that could also inspire creativity.  By using some calming nature pictures I was able to achieve the look I was hoping for and you can too! Get ready …

The Days Are Long, But The Years Are Short

  “‘Oh,” says the smiling, grandmotherly woman. “Enjoy that little one. The days are long, but the years are short.’” I’d been a parent for all of two weeks when a well-meaning person first said the old adage that every parent eventually hears. “Oh,” says the smiling, grandmotherly woman. “Enjoy that little one. The days are long, but the years are short.” In the depths of those first few months of my daughter’s life, bleary-eyed, desperately trying to figure out …