Frames within frames. So then what do you frame it with? That’s not really our problem, but we might suggest something that does not clash with these richly ornamented specimens, perhaps a light birch ply. If you purchased the Eames Century Modern collection you could make this yourself, but you might not do it quite as well as Bondé Prang and it would cost you even more money to burn the screens, find the right ink, hand-pull the large image so you get even coverage and patiently wait for the liquid component of the pigmented colloidal suspension to air dry. Kind of like when you go get one of those high-end multi-course meals and you grouse about the price until you figure out how much it would cost to purchase everything you need to make the meal yourself. But don't let us deter you. To be honest, we could use the extra 275 bucks from your purchase of the Eames Century Modern collection, of which these ornate frames are a component, and your private trust fund manager friend will not be able to clock the digital sterility of the resulting laser print on your wall as he uncaps the bottle of Mrs. Butterworths he brought to your Easter brunch party in response to your request for maple syrup.