Two Victorian Easels standing back to back as though partners on some movie poster. They could not be more different. One, Eastlake and elaborate in delicate wood inlay, striking angles and beautiful adornments at every surface. The other and study in austerity. Simple, elegant stick and ball construction, it’s only stab at gaudy being its four adjustable, brass hooks shining. But both have the same singular purpose in mind, that being to hold up your precious works… Whether they be a blow up of your grandfathers mugshot, your latest 2D Dada masterwork painted in your own bodily fluids or a fitting portrait, dark and stern of their era… These two are the two that make all art pop and instantly become worthy of conversation.