Boost Your Bottom Line with Quality Art in the Workplace

part one: the customer

Have you ever found yourself in a place of business where the space was dingy, the furniture shabby, and the “art” displayed was, well, horrible? Art on your office walls is more than mere decoration. It can actually accomplish a worthwhile purpose in your workplace. 


Let’s talk first about customers and clients who come to your office. The right art can do major lifting when it comes to your branding. Your brand is ­­­­­­­expressed through many different channels, including the atmosphere in your office, the name of your product, packaging, and even how your employees dress. Branding can also be bolstered through the art displayed in the workplace.

For example, if your company’s product promises clients peace of mind, then the art you display should convey the same throughout. If, on the other hand, your product is the latest and greatest technology, then your displayed art should reflect innovation, speed, and a sense of the future.

   "Art can reflect your company’s values, its reason for existing in the first place."

Perhaps your company provides health foods, and art that shows vibrant, healthy people the world over eating and smiling furthers that idea. A law office that specializes in family law could have art that expresses happy families, showing clients the firm’s ultimate purpose.

The right art in your office gives visual cues concerning the culture of your company. For example, if yours is an international business, art that depicts different ethnicities and customs could spark a greater global awareness in your customers.

Or maybe your company is headquartered in a city with well-known landmarks. Displaying art that features these landmarks reminds your clients and visitors of the status of your location. (Think Golden Gate Bridge, the Arch in St. Louis, or Times Square in New York City.)


Don’t forget the impact of color as well. Bright colors stimulate, and darker, pastel or muted colors are calming. You may want to stimulate appetites by combining yellow and red colors. Art using colors that compliment the furniture throughout the office helps create a unifying effect.

Art can and does function on an emotional level too. A hospital that displays quality art of restful scenes or even abstracts with soothing colors and shapes would have a calming effect on patients and visitors.

Likewise, a business that thrives on fast, innovative ideas and an energetic workforce would bolster that notion using art that furnishes the feeling of fast moving objects and energies, or abstracts that impact with sharp lines and dynamic movement.

Quality art displayed in the workplace is a subtle yet definitive statement about the quality of your company. Let quality art in the workplace be a subtle signal to your clients and customers that yours is a quality company with an excellent product.



Framed Certificate for the City of LA Presented at Hollywood Event

Rush Picture Framing Services for Next Day Event - Tom Cruise and the Cast of The Mummy 2017 Hollywood & Highland Takeover Event


Need a framed certificate for Tom Cruise to present at an event? No problem! 

We framed this certificate in thirty minutes for our friend at Universal Studios on Friday to be given to the cast of The Mummy 2017 on Saturday for a press event in Hollywood on May 20th.


Sophia Boutella, Tom Cruise, Annabelle Wallis, Jake Johnson, & Director Alex Kurtzman pose with the City of Los Angeles cerfiticate.

Sophia Boutella, Tom Cruise, Annabelle Wallis, Jake Johnson, & Director Alex Kurtzman pose with the City of Los Angeles cerfiticate.


The Hollywood and Highland Takeover event celebrates "The Mummy Day" with a 75 foot sarcophagus movie replica erected under the Grauman's Chinese Theatre archway.

The cast poses for a picture holding the certificate for the city of Los Angeles that reads:

"On behalf of the City of Los Angeles and the 13th Council District, I would like to commemorate THE MUMMY Day 2017.  We welcome THE MUMMY stars Tom Cruise, Annabelle Wallis, Sofia Boutella and Jake Johnson—as well as director Alex Kurtzman and all of the fans gathered here today.  As we proudly reveal The Mummy’s sarcophagus—the largest single vertical structure ever assembled at the Hollywood and Highland gateway—we celebrate the launch of Universal Pictures’ thrilling twist on a timeless legend.  We welcome you all to one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations."

- frame #79211 !

Wanderlust 2017

Wanderlust 2017

We framed the photography for this upcoming wonderful auction benefit.

"Wanderlust: A Silent Auction Benefit" aims to show us how the world is a beautiful, complex and fragile place. This is often most apparent to us through the lens of the traveler. This year the proceeds will be going to Natural Resources Defense Council. NRDC works to safeguard the earth-its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends-- using law and science to effect change.

Curated by Jessica Sample.


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Framed in #1211 white

This Months Featured Artist

Edvarda is a Norwegian artist living in Oslo and Los Angeles. Over the years, she has developed distinctive imagery inspired by film / photography, fashion and advertising, as well as art history and literature.

It is always such a pleasure to work with such talented artists. We enjoyed framing her beautiful pastel pieces.

The below framed pieces were featured at Art@TRAKTOR.

Belle Arte Featured on


Thank you to Steve Clark for featuring us on your blog. We highly recommend him as a real estate agent and neighborhood guru. He's also an author of a great blog on guides of the neighborhoods and also whats up and coming in LA.


"Belle Arte is an unsuspecting paradise for artists, designers, and art collectors. I happened upon Belle Arte by accident one day after taking a few wrong turns in Lincoln Heights. I was welcomed in by co-owner Lanna Borom, who excitedly led me around the warehouse space that seemed to stretch on and on and house more and more treasures around each turn..."

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