Our clients brief was to produce some stylish signage that was visible 24hrs a day.

We were approached by our client to manufacture a number of Pin Mounted 10mm thick glass panels for their office foyer with images of the founding members and company mission statements.

With a brand new kitchen under way, our brief was to find a beautiful abstract image similar to the examples supplied, that would tie in with the dulux colours used in the kitchen.

Our customer had a particluar image in mind when ordering her custom kitchen splashback from us, choosing a beautiful piece from the bluethumb art collection.

Svitzer Tugboats engaged Prints on Glass to showcase some of their recent projects by displaying them in bold fashion around their Balmain office.

Prints on Glass were approached by a well know Sydney interior designer to measure, print and install her latest project at St George Public Hospital.

VennIT initially approached us to provide some external signage for their new business location.

We were initially approached us to produce a natural marble splashback. Prior to proceeding to manufacture we produced a full scale sample of the finished product on poster stock.

Our customer commissioned the construction of an enormous entry feature for their Putney waterfront home. The feature consisted on a 5 m tall by 1.5m wide steel lightbox frame that was fixed to the wall.

The last stage of redevelopment of the Waverton Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability, will see the creation of one of Sydney’s largest publicly accessible green roof spaces on the old coal-loading platform. It will be a multi-purpose recreational space with spectacular views of the harbour and includes community urban plots irrigated by recycled stormwater, extensive seating and viewing areas.

Prints on Glass were contacted to help put the finishing touches on a new home. Our client wanted a “brick” look splash back in a tone matching the interior colours.

We were approached by a client to fit out all the decals for a new gym he was opening in Sydney’s Western Suburbs.

The design they supplied incorporates part of their logo and some heart-warming images. Great idea for a corporate kitchen

This week, we’re taking a look at Mike Edmondson, photographer and backcountry guide in our unique Australian Alps. Mike has accumulated an amazing selection of photographs, postcards, gift cards and photographic books of the Australian Alps over the last 30 years.

We were commissioned by a builder to assist in the design, production and fitout of a full building restoration in Sydney’s CBD.

10 Eye Catching Prints On Glass Splashbacks To Customise Your Space

A client approached us regarding two printed splashbacks for her newly renovated kitchen. They had already found a suitable image, so all that was needed was to arrange an on-site measure and make some minor adjustments to the image.

Our client came to us wanting to replicate an image she had seen in a nearby Restaurant.

This week, we’re taking a look at Tony Hewitt Fine Art Photography. Tony is a ‘Grand Master of Photography’ of the prestigious Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP).

10 glass printed panels and 3D vinyl lettering were installed to create this office feature to promote the history of this business in North Sydney.

Prints on Glass were approached by our client. They were providing the fitout for the lift cars for Rydges Hotel Cronulla based on the beach.

Claire Rendall is a well-known English Interior designer who takes projects on world wide Claire was engaged to project manage the interior designer refurbishment of a Sydney waterfront property.

Media Smiths had one of their young artists produce artwork depicting the channels and methods of distribution advertising and marketing information to the masses. Prints on Glass were approached for ideas.

Our client had recently completed a new home build however had not completed the kitchen splashback and pantry door.

vOur pool fence was a great adventure from beginning to end squeezing in the install the week before the clients 50th Birthday Party. The pool feature measured 6 x 12mm thick panels, each 1330mm wide by 1950mm high.

We manufactured this printed glass splashback using an amazing photo from a local professional photographer based in Manly.

Mark’s plan for a splashback was very specific. He wanted Banksy’s Balloon Girl which is a 2002 mural by graffiti artist Banksy depicting a young girl letting go of a red heart-shaped balloon. We searched high and low for an image that Mark was happy with.

Manuela was recommended to us by her friend who had recently installed a printed glass splash back we manufactured for her.

We were approached by our client who had seen images on our website similar to what she what after. She actually wanted something that could be used as a bathroom sliding door with a visible print from both sides of the door.

Our splashback installation yesterday in Dover Heights, Sydney. This image of a rocky foreshore spreads across 5.2 meters of glass!

Max Brenner approached Prints on Glass to help design, print and install custom graphic artworks specifically for their Newtown Site The interior of the store was measured and custom graphics prepared to suit.

Our client wanted to add a point of difference to their kitchen with a custom kitchen splashback design.

A comprehensive step-by-step guide to designing, printing, and installing a custom kitchen glass splashback for your home.

Bathroom glass splashback are an essential part of your bathroom preventing water splashes from the shower or basin from damaging an unprotected wall.

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Print your timeless photos onto metal and transform your image into a modern piece of décor that looks seamless on any wall. A metal print will give your home or business a contemporary edge and make it stand apart from a traditional print

Canvas photo prints are a beautiful way to personalize any room in your home. Choose to have either one of your prized holiday photos printed on high-quality, stretched canvas, or select and customise a collection of photos to create a gallery of canvas wall prints that tell a story.

Stained glass windows have adorned churches for centuries. Their vibrant colours and intricate designs enchanted worshippers and visitors alike.

Using artwork printed on glass as architectural features has become a modern alternative to traditional wall displays. Their versatility, durability and aesthetic appeal make art more publicly accessible and add significant value to public, residential, and commercial spaces

Metal prints featuring art by Maddison Gibbs brightens up Sydney’s heritage-listed Stanmore Train Station.

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