24.07.08 by Jeff

Digitile.

I’m sure most of you aren’t about to re-do your bathroom or install tile anywhere in your home, buuut bookmark this site so you have it handy when the time comes. Digitile is a great little company that handles custom printing on ceramic tiles!

The best part about it is that you are not limited to the images they offer, you can also upload your own photos and designs! Now you can finally blow up the great photo of your face from your driver’s license
and literally plaster it on the wall!

http://www.digitile.co.uk













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • those top two, of the swimmers, are AWESOME. good find!

  • Jessie Cacciola

    very cool. love that first set of photos! I’d love to blow them up.

  • yea i want to see more images from that set! makes me want to put tile on my wall

  • Seriously amazing! I could use this in my tile bathroom 🙂

    Have a good weekend, Jeff!

  • waw!

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  • I’ve never been a big fan of tiles, but the first two images are really creative with how they incorporated the swimming pool into the tile colour.





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