Archaeological Site

Art and Signage Printing on Glass in an Archeological Site in Barein

 

COMPLETED
2014
 
NUMBER OF PANELS
6
 
COLORS
DIGITAL MIX
 
GLASS TYPE
TOUGHENED & LAMINATED EXTRA CLEAR  GLASS
 

Project Partners

Glass Processor
MACOCCO Vitrages, France

DESIGNERS
Marie-France Rouy & Luc Martinez

STELE PRODUCER
Influence Metaal

The archaeological site, inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005, contains six glass steles that convey text, photographs, and drawings. The visual content was digitally printed onto glass panels that were then laminated between extra clear glass panels. The print can easily be viewed at all times and is resistant to the effects of weather. The digital ceramic printing also allowed for a precise and stylish layout of the text and images.

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