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Many of our floral images were captured with a scanner–a device typically used to capture flat media. Artists tend to work with familiar tools. Most graphic designers have scanned three-dimensional objects at one time or another. I developed the habit of collecting small bits of plants on my morning walks in the Catskills. Then I’d spend hours enlarging them many times their original size with my flatbed scanner.
The stunning results yield intimate details. Yet the scanner’s shallow depth of field can also create a romantic, painterly effect.
– Margaret Helthaler, artist
About our Photo Tiles
We produce our photo tiles with a dye sublimation imprinting process–which creates a vivid, permanent, waterproof image.
You can use our 6×6 printed ceramic tiles in our cocktail tables, or as trivets and decorative pieces. (Select cork for the tile back for use as a coaster, trivet, or inlay.) You can also use our tiles as wall tiles in shower and backsplash applications.
Note: In most instances our photo tiles are resilient, but they are vulnerable to scratches from sharp objects and fading from direct sunlight. Use unsanded grout for traditional interior applications and avoid permanent outdoor installations.
Colors may not display accurately on your screen.