Photo Contest Winner! December Contest Begins!
A amazing photo using specialized film with a custom acid free matboard

Our winner this month is Hank! Webber, with this incredible photo titled “Overhang” in a custom matboard! The unique look of this piece is due to the infrared film Hank used. Combined with the custom v-groove mat, and it comes together for a stunning effect that made an impression on us. Well done! 

PRIZES The winner will get a $100 Matboard and More Gift Card.  

HOW TO ENTER Upload your photo of your art with our mats or frames using any social media network (TwitterFacebookInstagramPinterest) with #MBNMPhotoContest. We’re going to use this hashtag for ALL CONTESTS going forward, so you don’t have to remember a new one each month. Multiple entries are encouraged, especially on all of your social media accounts. For Facebook, make sure the post is marked public or post it to our Facebook page directly.  

DEADLINE Dec 28th, 2018.

Please contact us at Info@matboardandmore.com to receive your gift card.

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