Digital Printing Photos on to Glass

The technology of digital printing has now reached the glass industry, giving you the option to have almost anything digitally printed onto glass. From photo to patterns, any image can now be printed onto glass. Have your family photos printed and mounted in a stunning way, or a kitchen splashback with a totally unique design. The possibilities are endless.

Choose from an image bank like shutterstock, or simply use a photo that you have taken, add it to glass and the results can be unique. Even the simplest design can add a new dimension to you home or work place. Why not visit our showroom and see some examples.

The Richard Osbourne Collection

Southern Counties Glass are delighted to be working together with this talented photographer / artist. In using the latest digital printing equipment together with Richard's high resolution images we are able to produce some truly fantastic 'photos on glass' products.

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FORESTS
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KINETIC ABSTRACTS
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ICE
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CITYSCAPES
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LANDSCAPES
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SEASCAPES
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WATER
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ABSTRACTS
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FLOWERS
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BACKGROUNDS & TEXTURES
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DETAILS OF NATURE
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FOOD & DRINK

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Richard Osbourne is a British photographic artist who specialises in creating art images that are printed at large sizes on walls.

Richard is passionate about bringing the magic of the natural world into our otherwise unnatural environments. Forests are a particular source of inspiration, particularly ancient woodland, which is now very rare in Britain. His images are super high resolution and often in panoramic format which captures the spirit of places in a far fuller and more inclusive way than single shots.

Richard also finds inspiration in many other places – from cities and architecture to the tiniest details of abstract nature – and has created unique ‘Kinetic Abstracts’ that bring great warmth, energy and colour to interiors.

A professional photographer since 2003, Richard’s artworks are now seen by over 8 million people in Britain every year: they are on the walls of hospitals, conference centres, offices, leisure centres and private homes.