The Carnarvon Fuse Art Collective presents Bungarri Warduga Barndimanmanha (‘Gascoyne River Healing Journey’ in the Ingaarda language), a stunning public art piece digitally printed onto low iron, cyclonic glass.
Prestigious apartments, desirable suburbs, and critically acclaimed architects – they don’t come together too often. So when they do, you can expect something pretty spectacular…
Pascal Dombis is a renowned digital artist who has been using computers and algorithms for over twenty years to produce excessive repetition of simple processes. Now, he brings the process to life using printed glass.
Multidisciplinary Artist Gordon Mitchell delivers an integrated printed glass artwork using detailed imagery of the traditional blueprints, acknowledging a site rich in industrial history of brick working and timber joinery.
Great things come in small packages, and this is certainly the case with Tony Windberg’s latest installation ‘Waterline’, which uses printed glass to achieve a barrier grid animation with fantastic effect.
Whether your project is an extensive printed glass facade, a thought provoking public art project or a private commission, colour accuracy for printed glass is a hugely important consideration.
There are landmark buildings, and then there are landmark social initiatives. The Oxford Foyer is one of the few buildings in Perth that ticks both boxes.
After some great feedback on our last glass event, on Thursday the 13th of August we will be hosting our second ‘Design Construct’ event back at Wolf Lane Bar in Perth.
Massive 19mm glass panels up to 260kg per piece span the staircase at 44 King St like giant glass origami pieces, at points towering over head height.
A recently constructed retail and office building in Perth, Western Australia, demonstrates the power of architectural glass to achieve truly astounding artistic effects.