What if I live in an earthquake zone?
Fracture prints are created with glass that isn't tempered or shatterproof, and certainly could crack if it dropped to the floor from any distance.
However, that glass sheet is chemically adhered to a foamcore backing—if it were to shatter, the shards would remain stuck to the backing, so the glass wouldn't spread around the area.
Once our prints are mounted to the wall, they hang very securely. It would take a strong earthquake to knock a print off its keyhole, but it is certainly possible.
We know that some of our customers living in earthquake zones have used 3M tape or Command strips to further secure their prints in addition to the included wall screw; that's certainly worth a shot as well.
In the guide linked above, you'll also see an alternate hanging method (towards the bottom) that recommends using 3M Picture Hanging Command Strips with specific sizes and placements needed, depending on the size of your prints. (Make sure to check out the product link! These are different than regular command strips.)