Long-time friend and Maine-based Artist Shoshannah White came to us for a presentation solution for her encaustic works. Scott came up with this altered 2-Piece Clamshell Box to add a professional finishing touch to her fine art presentation.
Mullenberg Designs offers completely customizable iPad cases for all iPad generations. Our iPad cases come in 2 styles: Standard and Mag Flap. All of our iPad cases can be customized to fit your brand with our large selection of cover materials and debossed with your unique logo.
Fine Art Photographer Christopher Friese contacted Mullenberg Designs to build a house for his series of photographs documenting Route 66: Rear View 66. Our 2-Piece Clamshell structure was the perfect fit for these Fine Art Prints.
Christopher Friese / MO / Photographer
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Minneapolis photographer Tad Saddoris had us update and personalize his iPad presentation with this iPad case w/ mag flap. The case is covered in a steel metallic leatherette fabric with a color block of bold red fabric covering the magnetic flap enclosure and interior slipcase.
Maine artist Sissy Buck came to us with a Delicious project. We built her a Memory Box also called a 2-Piece Clamshell Presentation Box for her mother’s recipes. It warms our hearts to work on meaningful personal projects such as this one!
Memory Box / 2-Piece Clamshell Presentation Box
The paste downs in the interior of the box are copies of her Mother’s handwritten recipes.
Chicago-based Photographer Stephanie Graham came to us for a special Presentation Structure to house her prints. We built her a 2-Piece Clamshell Presentation Case to suit her needs. She selected Lantau Blue Metallic as her cover fabric to express her energetic style.
Photographer Peter Ralston of the Ralston Gallery in Rockport, Maine came to Mullenberg Designs with a very special project. He needed a structure to house a limited edition portfolio of his Photographs paired with the Poetry of his long time friend and collaborator, Writer Philip Conkling. The project aptly named, Pairings deserved a Presentation Structure that would convey the beauty of the work enclosed.