Printing On Glass

Our favourite Japanese design firm recently showcased their collection of printed glass tables at Milans Museo Della Permanente. Looking at ordinary materials such as glass in a unique way allows it to take on a new purpose, designer Oki Sato explains: "By combining the extremely difficult technique of printing gradation colours on the diagonal edges with the printing that expresses a delicate 'blurriness', an appearance that contradicts the conventional image of glass, which is of a hard and sharp material, was achieved."

Inspired by a similar premise a couple of months ago, we purchased a very special printer. This printer allows us to print directly onto a variety of materials including glass. We have used this advanced piece of machinery to print photographs of brutalist architecture directly onto large scale pieces of glass and we very happy with the outcome.

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