It is glass printing achieved through the use of a special technique (which I developed and patented myself), that allows light to pass through the image. The result is a reinterpretation of the stained glass windows technique used in Europe since the nineteenth century until today.

The final effect of our technique is only completed when it is the light the one that interprets the work of art by passing through it. The main characteristic of this technique is that it allows light to pass through the image printed on the glass. The different shades obtained make the piece change constantly along with the variations in light, making it more dynamic.

This technique also gives a gentle movement to the pieces, turning them into warmer images, more in tune with nature, suitable for indoor as well as outdoor settings.