Category Archives: Ceramic Tile Murals
Moriam Grillo is an award-winning, international artist; her latest undertaking, ‘Breath of the Compassionate,’ is a series of murals commissioned for a wonderful peace garden. The garden was started by Reverend David Kesterton, in the grounds of All Saints Church in Luton, … Continue reading
A tiled mural was installed at Newcastle-Under-Lyme Junior School during the half term holiday in October 2012. The design brief was entitled “Wall of Challenges” where each child in the School was given a 6 inch square tile to design, … Continue reading
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport has released a video to show the making and installation of the tiled mural which was commissioned for the Glasgow Hillhead Subway Station. The mural measuring 12 metres in length is made up of large individually … Continue reading
The porcelain tiled mural depicting a panoramic view of the Hillhead area of Glasgow has finally been revealed to the public. The tiled mural was commission by Strathclyde Partnership for Transport for a refit of the Glasgow Hillhead subway station. … Continue reading
The transfers for the Hillhead mural have finally been completed today. The size of the transfer and density of toner required, in particular for the dark blue skies, has proved to be particular problematic. The printer is putting down the … Continue reading
FotoCeramic has started printing the transfers for the mural for Glasgow’s Hillhead subway station. The mural using artwork from renowned Scottish artist Alasdair Gray is a depiction of the area around the station. The transfers are digitally printed on a … Continue reading
The artwork for the Paddington Underpass mural by Robert Dawson and consisting of over 2000 vitreous tiles has now been finalised. The tile transfers will be cut from solid blocks of colour and after cutting the transfers are to be … Continue reading
Our sample tiles have now been approved for the Paddington underpass and we will begin the printing process during March. The complete job is made up of over 2000 individual tiles which feature white geometric patterns on a red background.
Our decorated ceramic tiles for Pedmore Primary School in Stourbridge, featuring children’s artwork have been delivered and will be installed during the half term break.