Blueware is a collection of ceramics with cyanotypes, a process of capturing direct impressions of botanical specimens on earthenware, using photosensitive chemicals. From one of the earliest principles of photography, to the historic affinity between ceramics and the colour blue, it is a project built upon the inventions of their Anglo-Dutch predecessors, shattered into small fragments, and kaleidoscopically rearranged.

Blueware vases by Studio Glithero. Blueware is a collection of ceramics with cyanotypes, a process of capturing direct impressions of botanical specimens on earthenware, using photosensitive.

Something to aspire to in Graduate school. From the blog my mama's table: deirdre hawthorne’s sunprints

my mama's table: deirdre hawthorne’s sunprints The surface has to be porous to absorb the chemicals, so Deirdre uses her delicately thin bisque-ware. The results are ethereal, a landscape captured on a three dimensional form.

The Great Memory. Valerie Hammond. Photolitho/Relief on handmade paper. #art #dress #printmaking

The Great Memory - Valerie Hammond (currently for sale at Wildwood Press)

Designer inspiration: Indigo print + pattern

An Indigo Pioneer in Mali

Marimekko´s Weather Diary Collection: sketches by Aino-Maija Metsola

Marimekko´s Weather Diary Collection: sketches by Aino-Maija Metsola Finland

cyanotype ceramic

This is a series of cyanotype photographic prints, a low tech method of photography.

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