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A poster that is made with a sustainable process and does not pollute the environment. You may create beautiful art on a poster, but you don't consider the materials used to make the poster.
Most posters nowadays are made with wood pulp paper which is not an eco-friendly way of making paper. You need to cut trees in order for you to create art. Which is ironic, our goal is to help minimize pollution and save the environment. You can as well!
The quality of the posters themselves, of course, as well as the sustainability of materials, production processes, packaging, and transportation, were all crucial to the inception of our eco-friendly poster. At A Good Company, we use bamboo paper instead of wood pulp paper.
Our wooden frames are made from FSC-certified oak or pine, sourced from sustainably managed forests in Europe. The front ‘glass’ shield is made from recycled plexiglass that’s lightweight and shatterproof and the backboard is made from recycled chipboard.
You want your poster to be eye-catching and attractive, aesthetically pleasing, and whatever your personal preferences are. If you need help planning and organizing the poster arrangement, check out our wall builder. This means you can plan exactly what size, frame, and poster you will suit your wall!
Eco-friendly frames are organic and water-based, with no chemicals added. At A Good Company, we offer frames that have been made with FSC-certified oak or pine, sourced from sustainably managed forests in Europe.
Metal is a great choice for poster frames thanks to its many color options, finishes, and durability. Some metal choices include aluminum which has lightweight properties but also corrosion resistance.
But if you ever go green, at A Good Company we offer eco-friendly frames perfect for your posters. Being a conservationist is a great choice as well for saving the environment!
To make your poster stand out, use a light background color that does not transition from dark to bright. Avoid gratuitous colors and also avoid overly light or dark posters with a shockingly stark design which causes eye strain when viewing them for long periods!
To create an even, and a well-spaced poster on your wall, use no fewer than one inch apart and not more than six inches. The center should be at least 60 or 66 inches from the floor for optimal looks; if you have an odd number make sure to group them horizontally in a row while vertical rows look best when used with narrow spaces between frames!
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