While frames are typically relegated to the background of art exhibits, designers Rémy Clémente and Morgan Maccar bring them to the forefront in stunning style. The sculpture series known as DURAMEN features what appear to be empty frames in the process of melting. While the large frames seem to droop, flow, and drip, each sculpture is clearly carved from wood with a careful hand. Besides being visually arresting, the sculptures are almost humorous in a way. The pair of designers draw attention to often overlooked frames, not by gaudy ornamentation, but by wittily deforming the objects.