Freeze Frame: Joey McIntyre and Public Garden Visitors Hop Into Huge Frames

October 17, 2014 - photo frame

Heading to a Boston Public Garden this fall? Step into one of 3 life-sized frames commissioned for your picture-taking pleasure. Even thespian Joey McIntyre from New Kids on a Block is removing in on a fun.

The 24-by-36 in. frames, commissioned Oct. 6 and 7 by a Friends of a Public Garden, will sojourn in a park for dual months.

“We unequivocally wanted to applaud a view of a Public Garden and only let people know we exist,” pronounced Eileen Scafidi, communications and overdo executive for a Friends of a Public Garden.

The nonprofit Friends of a Public Garden has existed given 1970 and cares for a Boston Common and Commonwealth Avenue Mall, as good as a Public Garden. Its workers shear a trees, caring for a sculptures, and horde celebration via a year.

“Take a print and share your masterpiece with a world,” is a organization’s summary posted on a pointer beside any frame, along with a ask to use a hashtag #FOPG.

McIntyre did only that and his print has been common like crazy this week on Twitter. Other reduction famous folks, from sweethearts to spousal parties to best buddies, are posting their shots on Twitter and Instagram as well.

Nicole O’Neil, a photographer from Charlestown, combined her Instagram print to a brew Tuesday after posing with her cousin Libby. She was in a park sharpened photos of her cousin when she beheld a support and couldn’t resist. She pronounced there was a line of people watchful to use it.

“I consider they’re unequivocally great,” pronounced O’Neil about a frames. “Everybody loves print booths and things. People see it and are desirous to burst in and pierce it around and act silly.”

The frames pivot 360 degrees so we can select your environment — poise in front of a lagoon, a George Washington statue, and a park’s beautiful willow trees. Or step into a ideal tumble leaflet shot by aiming a support toward a colorful tree we like best.

You’ll find dual of a frames along a dilemma of a firth — one on a Beacon Street side and a other on a Boylston Street side. You’ll find a third support by walking a trail from a dilemma of Boylston and Arlington Streets toward a George Washington statue.

“It’s unequivocally sparkling that it’s so popular,” pronounced Scafidi, who pronounced McIntyre’s print was a pleasing surprise.

Let’s take a demeanour during some of a other peeps who have peeked by a frames so far:

Here’s McIntyre and son Rhys. “Back in #Boston…at a open gahhdens with Rhysie #fopg” he wrote.

O’Neil and her cousin Libby Smith:

Amy Clute posted this spousal celebration pic:

Alex Koutrakos from South Carolina gave his sweetie a framed smooch:

Paige Lian Copsey attempted out a support for size:

“friendship in a frame,” wrote Missalyss2 with this friend pic:

“A masterpiece!” wrote Scott Ladewig, from St. Louis, Missouri, about his messenger Kristin:

Some, however, prefered to stay out of a frame, calm to constraint a Boston view instead. This was posted by amira_87.

Another framed view shot by Kate Gundry from Boston

And finally, an paper to a willow trees by a Four Seasons Hotel Boston.

But we wish to know, can we fit that vast support in a selfie? We plea we to try! If we do, greatfully share it with us during @BosTravelNews.

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