I don’t know about you, but when I travel, I always ask for a window seat. There’s just something about glancing out of the window and seeing the whole world (well, part of it anyway) extending in all directions. That’s the same feeling I get when I spend time with friends and family or when I see the photos that we took from our last get-together.
And what better frame to house those precious memories than with the Air Frame?
It obviously looks familiar, because it was made to look like an airplane window, only instead of being a window to the world, it’s a window to your best and most meaningful memories – assuming you’ve got them printed out in 8″x10″s.
Tuck prized shots and family portraits into the Air Frame and glance out into the world that surrounds your heart when you need a break from the real world.
The Air Frame was designed by James Kim and retails for $59(USD) for one, or $119 for a set of three over at Generate, both of which are a whole lot cheaper than most airfares these days.