JAMU displays, protects and keeps it neat and tidy.
JAMU, the perfect solution for all the works of art that our children create almost every day. Children's creativity is limitless. The frame offers space for over 100 pictures. It is sustainable, 99% plastic-free and produced locally in Switzerland. In addition, JAMU is super easy to assemble, rotatable and magnetic.
Whether in a portrait or landscape format, JAMU is very easy to position. Insert the picture, put the lid into place and turn the frame by 90° - ready. A single screw, centrally mounted, makes it possible. So it doesn't matter which format the little artists work in.
Since children’s art needs a lot of space, we offer two different sized versions of the picture frame.
A4 suitable for DIN A4 paper (outer dimensions 348 × 260 × 40 mm)
A3 suitable for DIN A3 paper (outer dimensions 470 × 348 × 40 mm)
There is the JAMU currently in three different versions.
fir (white glazed)
fir (raw to decorate)
A present for grandma?
Whether for the pictures of your grandchildren, godchildren, friends and acquaintances or the imminent birth of a baby: the JAMU picture frame is not only the perfect gift for your own children.
Production and processing
Sustainable materials, local production: The JAMU are produced with the Züriwerk in Bubikon ZH. The Züriwerk is committed to ensuring that people with disabilities can participate in social life on an equal and self-determined basis. It offers people with predominantly cognitive impairments diverse and individualized opportunities to live, work and learn a profession. In addition, they receive specific advice, guidance and support in all areas of life.
By the way, you can find an interview about JAMU here.
We are JAMU
We are Jacqueline and Cengiz, parents of two small children. Drawing, crafting, building, with or without kids: we love to be creative in our free time and to develop new ideas for family and friends. For example, our JAMU picture frame.
Our inspiration - our children
Children love to draw, paint and give their little works of art as presents. Dinos, unicorns, houses, trees and cars: of course we are happy about it.
But where to put this abundance of ever new drawings? Collecting folders are overflowing, drawers too. Every now and then, a work of art even ends up secretly in the waste paper, which is particularly painful for us parents. That's why we sat down and developed a practical and visually attractive solution. The result is called JAMU.