Printing images into 3D casting glass
This technique was predominantly used on the surfaces of cast and blown glass. The innovation was to fuse and/or cast multiple printed surfaces to create graphic image layers within the glass. Applying the printings directly to flat window glass and controlling a shape of the inclusions during the fusing method was quite a straightforward process. However, slumping or casting into a mould required assembling more complicated objects than glass boxes. Additionally, the application of silkscreen printed images directly on a surface of the casting glass created problems, as the surface of the glass is never perfectly flat. More information about the method in my PhD and publications.