other great sports personalities and moments. Among Artform’s many highlights to date are the patenting of the box framing solution called the bubble in 2010, most recently, the work done in connection with the 2014 Brazil Soccer World Cup. The framing of signed and original artefacts from the life and times of the late statesman, Nelson Mandela, are further impressive creations. Works in this range include Madiba’s shoes, his famous shirt, and his manuscripts and books, as well as ballot papers from the first democratic election held in South Africa. To add ‘flavour’ to this collection, each framed work is accompanied by an uncirculated and limited-edition Nelson Mandela R5 coin.
High standards are the order of the day at Artform Framing Factory where there is a perfect mix between quality and quantity of work produced, a mix that results in repeat customers. Some of the organisation’s customers have been with Artform since it was a ‘baby’ and would not dream of having their special moments framed elsewhere. This just goes to show how good the seed was that Alexandra sowed so many years ago.
Visit the company’s website for more information, www.artformfactory.co.za, on a personalised, intimate and professional framing experience from the market leaders in framing.
A Market Leader in Framing
When she set foot on South Africa’s shores nearly two decades ago, Alexandra Adamczyk, owner of Artform Framing Factory, had a dream, a dream that eventually led to the establishment of Artform, a market-leading company which, true to its name, frames sports, political and other memorabilia to ensure that those precious moments are preserved and frozen in time. Situated in the industrial hub of Randburg, Johannesburg, Artform caters for private and commercial clients, big and small.
Apart from many industry ‘firsts’, Artform has framed memorabilia from far and wide. These include original memorabilia signed by Argentinian football great, Diego Maradona, boxing title holder, Mike Tyson, and Formula One world champion, Michael Schumacher, as well as many
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