HIGHWIRE is a hanging display system that puts a new spin on the idea of the picture frame. Not only has it been designed to function as a unique picture frame display, but it is also a bold, aesthetic piece in itself. As a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and the Ontario College of Art and Design, David Fleishman has a diverse background in art, architecture and design. Focusing on an industrial look, Fleishman’s aim is to produce a clean, economical, and functional design. All hardware components have been individually designed and manufactured, giving the overall piece an industrial elegance. Materials include aluminum turnbuckles which connect glass frames to a steel rod; the turnbuckles adjust to straighten the frames. The photographs - or artwork - float between the two pieces of cut-glass allowing easy replacement of images. This modular system displays multiple images from one support system, providing many different arrangements to accommodate customer needs. Combine variations to create a gallery in your home.