8.31.2010

                   
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Digitally Printed Glass For The Home By Sprinz



above: goldfish printed on glass doors turns a shower it into an aquarium

Sprinz of Germany makes lovely glass items for both commercial and residential applications. Etched and colored glass doors, shower enclosures, walls, stairs and more. Now they also have digitally printed glass and as you will see in the following images, it's a great way to add some color and life to an otherwise traditional utilitarian product.

Artwork (in pms colors), photography, even typography can be printed on the glass:




Shower doors, enclosures and bathroom walls take on a life of their own when images are digitally printed on them:




Other possible applications for the digitally printed glass are on the front of a radiator like the one shown below:

Photos printed on glass:

On inside or outside doors:



Other commercial and residential applications:



Sprinz GmbH & Co. KG
Postfach 2148
D-88192 Ravensburg
TEL. +49 751 3 79-0
FAX +49 751 3 76-62
info@sprinz.eu
www.sprinz.eu

4 comments:

Modern House said...

Nice prints, I got tricked by the first print. I was confused what's those fishes do in the shower, lol.

Frameless Shower Door said...

i really those prints.. amazing..

Glass Specialists said...

those are one fine glass shower screens. if you need any help with glass repairs and replacement, please contact Glass Now.

glass cleaner said...

I wonder if the goldfish will like the glass cleaner once applied. LOL!

C'mon people, it's only a dollar.
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