- A three-sided or four-sided configuration can stand freely on any table, countertop or other horizontal surface.
- Connect 12 frames into a polygon that can be regularly turned to display the same photos in a different arrangement.
- Unfold the interlocking flanges at two opposite corners of a single frame and create an angled photo display for a tabletop.
- You can even create a 3D clock design by connecting 12 frames in a circular pattern, with each frame representing an hour, and then a few frames in the center of the circle to represent the clock hands.
- Be ultra-creative with Leggy Horse frames and arrange a number of them to look like an animal or robot for your kids.
Because the Great Recession changed the economy in fundamental ways forever, more and more people have chosen to become an entrepreneur – and a healthy number are young adults. As with most entrepreneurs, their dream of operating their own business springs from the recognition of a problem or challenge that many people face, and thus requires a solution, which then leads to entrepreneurial and financial success.
Such is the story of Naya Peng. Forbidden by her landlord to put photo frames on the walls of her college apartment, she was motivated to think about how photo frames could be reimagined, so they wouldn’t mar a surface and also be configured for display in new and creative ways. Leggy Horse is the result of her inspiration and 7 years of perspiration and dogged determination, despite the overwhelming odds, to make her dream a reality.
Naya and her collaborators developed a set of 4 seemingly simple print-size photo frames that require no nails or glue to hang on a wall, glass, metal and ceramic surfaces, which is alone quite an innovation. The amazing part of the Leggy Horse concept, however, is that the 4 frames can be configured into more than 10,000 3D layouts. Each frame interlocks side-to-side or just at the corners and, better yet, one frame can be flat to a surface while the others can be displayed in mid-air via its connection with the first frame.
The Leggy Horse concept is perfect for baby pictures, family photos (create different layouts for each family vacation or event), wedding couples and even a corporate or business display for a lobby or tradeshow space. As one of the first professional photographers in your market to offer Leggy Horse, you’ll have a definite competitive advantage and a product your customers will want as part of their next and all future orders.
As of September 23, 2014, Leggy Horse will launch a Kickstarter campaign, providing you with an opportunity to support Naya’s entrepreneurial spirit. Plus, you can visit the Leggy Horse Website to sign up to receive 50% off the company’s Early Bird Special and purchase Leggy Horse frames from the online store.
If you’re a parent of a college student, then send him or her a few sets of Leggy Horse frames immediately, so they won’t incur the wrath of their landlord, as Naya did, or be charged for ruining the walls with nails or glue.
If you’re a professional photographer with a studio or office, then order multiple sets of Leggy Horse frames both to display your best work in dramatic and exciting new ways and to offer your customers a product other photographers in the area don’t yet have.
Leggy Horse frames will transform the décor of every room in your home and make your office the center of attention.
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