Contemporary in synchrony with ancient
The imitation of synchrony found in nature, ancient ornaments and in urban everyday life defines our design.
In symbiosis of curved blown glass shapes and painted repetitive patterns we create decorative vases and vessels.
We have invented a new, one of a kind vessel decoration technique, which we named Synchropaint.
It enables touchless action painting round vessels that have curved outlines, with continuous repetitive patterns fully covering their visible lateral surface.
Thanks to the action painting method of paint coating the designed patterns give each and every product a unique appearance with an artistic note.
The painted continuous repetitive pattern correspond to the object’s shape and there is no linear interruption of the pattern alongside the whole circumference, which cannot be achieved by any conventional printing method.
Owing to the transparency of the glass, painted patterns can be also seen on inner side of vases openings. It intensifies visual sensuality of the vase in the interior.
Thanks to its creative potential for designing great number of various repetitive patterns, different paint coating methods, as well as the possibility of purchasing a large number of different mechanically blown glass vessels, this technique provides the opportunity to very often create and launch a wide variety of diverse product collections.
Sinchropaint and Repetitive Patterns
Synchropaint technique is first possible thanks to a technical innovation consisting of an impulsive paint thrower. Due to surface irregularities and oscillations in the diameters of round blown glass objects, it was necessary to implement action painting method by which one can apply a narrow beam of color to an object from a distance, without tool for paint application touching the object’s surface.
Painting repetitive patterns is possible thanks to a second technical innovation consisting of a numerically controlled synchronization of impulsive paint thrower and a rotating vessel. With such synchronization of the two, it is possible to paint narrow radial segments made up of repetitive prints of a beam of color from paint thrower, in a defined number of intervals along the certain circumference of the object. Furthermore, with even repetition of the narrow radial segments alongside the object’s height, vertical stripes are painted, and by their mutual partial rotation various pattern structures could be created.
From the design of the pattern on paper to its painting on the vase, the path leads through unique self-invented CNC G-code software. It covers all the dimensions of the curved shape round vessel, the number and size of all the segments of the repetitive pattern, as well as their mutual positions, so that the obtained painted pattern on the vessel is in proportion to the designed pattern on the paper.
Owing to the use of CNC technology, Synchropaint technique is fast, precise and steady and is therefore very suitable for industrial and commercial exploitation.
Much more details of the new technique, different shapes of painting vessels, types of patterns and paint coating
methods, can be found in descriptions of the all collections. In front of the title of each collection, the letters A-Z are assigned so that the collections are sorted in order from the oldest to the newest collection.