When David B. Lytle first envisioned his magnetic photo and art frames, he saw them in a style that was impossible at the time to produce. The manufacturing technique that would be used to make the frames had as yet not been invented. It took Mr. Lytle many years to perfect the technique. The frames are made of two sheets of crystal clear, semi rigid vinyl, front and back. The two sheets are separated by a third layer of the same clear vinyl, just enough to make it quick and easy to insert a photo into the frame. This third layer is added between the front and back at the three sealed sides and chemically welded in place. Last, a huge piece of strong flexible sheet magnet is added on the back to make the frame stick to any steel surface or a wall painted with Magically Magnetic Paint.