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Mark Peters : June 17th 2017 - 08:00 CET

Samsung offers premium content for The Frame


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SamsungSamsung Collection offers premium content for The Frame TV: Samsung announces premium content collection for The Frame TV. When you’re not watching TV, The Frame’s innovative Art Mode transforms the screen to display the owner’s choice of framed Art work paintings and photographs. To satisfy almost any artistic preference, consumers will be able to choose from 100 professional works to exhibit via the Samsung Collection. This is an exclusively curated library of artwork from 37 world-renowned artists and photographers. The works featured in the collection represent a range of genres, compositions and subjects, divided into 10 categories: Landscapes, Architecture, Wild Life, Drawing, Digital Art, Action, Still Life, Patterns, Urban Abstract and From Above.
The Frame premium TV content

Premium content for The Frame
Owners of The Frame will also have access to Samsung’s Art Store, a growing library of more than 100 pieces of established and emerging artists, curated by several international organizations, galleries and museums, including Artspace, LUMAS, Magnum Photos, Saatchi Art and Sedition.

There they can purchase an individual piece for $19.99 or subscribe to the full collection for $4.99 per month. The Samsung Art Store will be regularly updated to incorporate work from more galleries, museums, and artists around the world, allowing owners to build up their collection.

Finally, owners can save and upload their favorite personal art work or photographs to The Frame using 'My Collection,' which allows them to store their favorite content away for easy access to display whenever they choose.

The Frame Design TV

The Frame Design TV
As the standards for interior design shift, people want the look of their homes to reflect their broader lifestyle and personal tastes. Samsung is looking beyond the traditional black box and taking an artful approach to TV.

The Frame allows simple customization of the television so that it blends into any living space. With interchangeable bezels, owners of The Frame can choose from several different colors and materials to personalize the look of their TV.

For those who do not wish to mount their TV onto the wall, The Frame is compatible with Samsung’s stylish Studio Stand. Designed like an artist’s easel, the Studio Stand is an ideal accompaniment for any contemporary living space.

Premium design TV




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