Friday, November 17, 2017
We frame lots of amazing pieces of artwork and numerous other items for our customers. But, we love it when customers come in with stories about how something changed their life, and they ask us to frame their memories! Recently, Mark Strucko related to us his journey from New Jersey to Mississippi State, where in the early 1980's, the MSU Athletic Department awarded him a scholarship in Track and Field. He was unclear as to whether his scholarship would be renewed for the second year, and when he received his official letter of award renewal in 1980, he mentioned the elation and relief he felt. Mark talked about the overwhelming friendliness in the area and how his life was changed in a positive way after going to school here and how that later translated into his success in life. Although Mark does not live in Mississippi, he thought it was appropriate that he frame this scholarship letter in Starkville at Chalet Arts, the same frame shop that was in business when he attended Mississippi State! Thank you Mark Strucko for your heartwarming story and allowing us to frame your wonderful memory.
Monday, November 13, 2017
Monday, November 6, 2017
We frame MSU memorabilia for our customers regularly. Bring your souvenirs, letter jackets, jerseys, ticket stubs, magazines articles, photos, and even footballs by and we can showcase them for you! Here are a couple of recent examples!
|A significant moment framed to last!|
|Historic Football program and ticket stubs|
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Monday, October 23, 2017
Thursday, October 19, 2017
We do a wide variety of projects for Mississippi State University including printing, framing, mounting photos on foam-core and wood, mounting athletic attire in shadow boxes, and other similar things. Recently, for the Mississippi State University Foundation, we printed several large historical photographs and mounted them on foam core, then mounted those to wooden frames that we built. This is a beautiful method of showcasing old photos.
|Don't Never Ever Enter!|
|Drill Field memories|
|The Old Main Dormitory|
|The Old Main Fire|
|The Chapel of Memories, bricks from the Old Main were used in construction of the chapel|