I love that feeling of falling head over heels for a brand. A company that has their shit together on all levels, and who are nothing less than a pleasure to work with. That’s Plywerk. I started talking to Garrett about a collaboration on my gallery wall tutorial about three months ago. His attention to detail and premeditating problems was a step above, and his excitement for the project was beyond cool. These were my thoughts before I ever laid eyes on Plywerk’s bamboo frames. Afterwards I basically lost the ability to describe my love for these Portlanders and their product.

I swear I could have hung the blanks on my wall as art in their own right, the sustainable wood is some of the prettiest I’ve ever seen. It’s easy to see which ones they are, I love the dimension they lend to my gallery wall. And they’re just as nice to look at in profile as straight on. Seriously, compliments one after another on these bad boys.

I used blanks with adhesive, but that’s not their biggest and best product. Plywerk actually prints your photo or image onto the panels themselves. Crazy, right? You can read more about both option right here. It was such a great adventure getting to work with these guys, they definitely have the Design Crush seal of approval!

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  • rooth

    May 21, 2012 at 1:34 pm Reply

    This is really neat – I’ve never seen it before but now I’m checking it out

  • Katherine

    May 21, 2012 at 8:00 pm Reply

    That’s awesome! Thanks for sharing.

  • Mariah | Oh, What Love

    May 22, 2012 at 8:45 am Reply

    Love these! Such a great way to hang stuff on the walls.

  • maggie

    May 26, 2012 at 3:00 pm Reply

    I’ve used them a for a few of my pieces and am due to use them again. Great company indeed. Also, whoever writes their email-newsletter is very witty 🙂

  • Michele Nicolette

    June 26, 2012 at 9:54 pm Reply

    Thanks to google, I have just stumbled upon both your blog and this company you speak of. LOVE both! I love the idea of printing on a panel as opposed to canvas. It’s a wonderful alternative and I will most definitely be giving this a whirl!

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