My husband often jokes that I could feed a small army for a year with the amount of money I spend on photography, printing and framing. I have pointed out that it is equivalent (or less) to his annual spend on coffee… we all have our vices! I admit I do have a bit of a photography habit and whilst I don’t feed it with expensive new lenses for my camera, I do love a ‘gadget’.
The Curator fits the bill – and your family snaps. The Curator is essentially a wall-mounted photo-mount. Designed for easy swapping of 10x15cm photographs (standard size), these clever brackets let you display your photographs without the need for fiddly frames or hooks in the wall. Photographs can be changed instantly and the configuration of the adhesive brackets is equally simple to change around. The video below shows just how straightforward they are to use.
I can now begin taking over the walls with my snaps! If you are like me, you want to display virtually every picture you take of your kids, although not necessarily frame them. The Curator makes an ideal alternative to magnetic frames (which you can really only use on the fridge) and I think pictures grouped in a mix of landscape and portrait formats would look terrific.
Curator brackets are available directly from The Curator Company and can be bought individually or in sets of three or five. Individual brackets are $5, three pairs are $12 and five pairs are $20.