OPTIC

Designer:  Matt Carr, Sung Wook Park

$20.00

Display photo memories and 3D mementos using one frame. OPTIC’s photo frame houses either a 4 x 6 or 5 x 7 photo, and features a curved storage container on the opposite side, great for flowers, writing utensils, accessories, and sentimental or decorative objects.

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Display photo memories and 3D mementos using one frame. OPTIC’s photo frame houses either a 4 x 6 or 5 x 7 photo, and features a curved storage container on the opposite side, great for flowers, writing utensils, accessories, and sentimental or decorative objects.

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2-in-1 design: OPTIC is a clever frame featuring a transparent 2-in-1 design with an acrylic table top photo frame and integrated storage behind it that can display small plants, stationary items, 3D objects, and more.

Modern look: OPTIC’s beautifully curved storage container can house plants, writing utensils, and accessories, and adds a dimensional component to this photo display. 

Easy to use: Add or swap photos in just seconds – remove the acrylic front panel, apply a small piece of double sided tape to the frame, place your 4 x 6 or 5 x 7 pictures on top of it, and place the panel back in.

Easy to clean: OPTIC is very easy to clean — simply wipe this product down with a damp cloth to keep it tidy and fingerprint-free, or soak it for a more detailed cleaning when needed.

Designed by Matt Carr & Sung wook Park for Umbra: OPTIC photo display and storage is made of acrylic and available in a both clear and spruce finishes; it measures 5 ½ x 7 ½ x 3 inches and fits 4 x 6 inch and 5 x 7 inch vertical pictures.

Matt Carr

Matt’s passion for design was first sparked when he interned at Douglas Cardinal Architects. He went on to study at Humber School of Industrial Design, where he...

Matt’s passion for design was first sparked when he interned at Douglas Cardinal Architects. He went on to study at Humber School of Industrial Design, where he received an ‘All-Canadian Academic’ award for scholastic and varsity achievements. An integral part of the Umbra design team since 2001, Matt has contributed countless designs to their product line. His work has been featured multiple times in The New York Times, The Daily Telegraph, Surface Magazine, I.D Magazine, Met Home, Monocle, and Living Etc. Matt is compelled to create product that balances business and imagination. Subtle details, an appreciation for imperfection, and the reinvention of traditional objects are distinguishing features of his designs. As VP of Design, Matt oversees a global design department headquartered in Toronto.

Sung Wook Park

Born in Seoul, Korea, Sung Wook discovered from a young age a desire to construct things and work with his hands. He went on to graduate at the top of the Industrial...

Born in Seoul, Korea, Sung Wook discovered from a young age a desire to construct things and work with his hands. He went on to graduate at the top of the Industrial Design Program at Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD) University and win first prize in Driving Design, a Canadian student design competition put on by Umbra and Audi. His passion for creating and building follows him even outside of work, where he loves working with Lego® and other modular building sets. At Umbra, Sung Wook is striving to create unique impressions through his designs; delving into infinite possibilities and redesigning common products, with the goal of helping people find excitement in everyday life.

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