The project involved printing onto architectural glass panels to provide a visually exciting facade for the 30M long glass gallery window of the new Lottery funded London Print Studio. Exploring themes of spacial awareness communicated through a graphic visual language, Pearman presents a series of sharp-edged glass artworks that interact with the streetscape,
Working with the project engineer and architect to establish the optimum medium, Pearman combined the mediums of silk-screen printing with a modern process of stained glass, to provide an architectural permanence. The approach resulted in an extremely durable series of images, consisting of dynamic forms and vibrant transparent blocks of colour. The architectural panels are visible from both the interior and exterior of the building, providing an exciting visual spectacle for the local urban environment.