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SnapBox Launches New Framed & Unframed Fine Art Paper and Lustre Photo Paper Prints

Framed Fine Art Paper Prints Start at $11.99 With Same-Day Shipping

ANAHEIM, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/19/14 -- SnapBox today announced the launch of Framed and Unframed Fine Art Paper and Lustre Photo Paper prints, expanding the SnapBox suite of creative photo products. With SnapBox (www.snapboxprints.com) by JONDO, consumers can now print their favorite photos in new ways, starting at less than $12 for an 8x10 finished Framed Fine Art Paper print.

"We want to make it easy for our customers to print and preserve their favorite photo moments, saving them from being lost on Facebook or Instagram," said John Doe, CEO of SnapBox. "Photos should be real, tangible things you can hold in your hand and see every day, to remind you of the unique emotional attachment you have with a certain image. Whether it's happiness, longing or nostalgia, we want people to be connected to those memories and feelings every time they step into their living spaces."

When ordering a Framed SnapBox Fine Art Paper print, consumers receive a fully-finished product that is ready to hang or give as a gift. Each framed print comes with a three-inch white border in a black wood frame, with shatterproof plexiglass.

The new SnapBox Fine Art Paper is a proprietary material with a unique, soft texture, similar to traditional watercolor or etching paper. Designed for high-quality fine art and soft photographic reproduction, SnapBox Fine Art Paper prints are now available to showcase all consumers' images to their best advantage. The other new paper option, SnapBox Lustre Photo Paper, is a bright white paper with a smooth satin finish, designed for sharp photographic reproduction and high color fidelity.

SnapBox Fine Art Paper and Lustre Photo Paper prints are available in multiple sizes, ranging from 6x9 to 20x30. Framed prints start at $11.99 for an 8x10, and unframed prints start at $0.99 for a 6x9. There are also a variety of square sizes, such as an 8x8 print, which are ideal for Instagram photos.

SnapBox Fine Art Paper and Lustre Photo Paper Prints can be ordered from www.snapboxprints.com. With industry-leading fast shipping, all orders placed before 12 p.m. PDT are guaranteed to ship the same day from one of four U.S. manufacturing facilities, for delivery anywhere across the country in just a few days. For a limited time, SnapBox will also offer free shipping.

In addition to the new Fine Art Paper and Lustre Photo Paper prints, SnapBox continues to offer its popular Gallery-Wrapped Canvas and Framed Canvas prints, available in multiple sizes at prices starting from $12.99.

About SnapBox
SnapBox launched in 2012 as a subsidiary of JONDO, Ltd., with the mission to bring its decades of experience in fine art reproduction, directly to consumers. The brand grew in response to how fewer people were actually printing their photos, even though the quantity of photos captured on mobile phones was rapidly increasing. SnapBox focuses on creating a simple online ordering process backed by an aggressive turnaround time. All products are regionally manufactured the same day, supporting SnapBox's commitment to local U.S. economies and the environment.

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