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.

Film Photography Submission By: Karl Davies Photogram / silhouette created in the darkroom, Ilford HP5.

Film Photography Submission By: Karl Davies Photogram / silhouette created in the darkroom, Ilford like our CPFA class project

Cyanotype 4

Natalie Ratcliffe is a surface pattern designer and print maker who has recently completed a degree in Printed Textiles and Surface Pattern Design at Leeds College of Art.

Man Ray (Emmanuel Radnitzky) - Untitled Rayograph (1922) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) Surrealisme

Man Ray: Rayography, 1922 “ Man Ray made his “rayographs” without a camera by placing objects-such as the thumbtacks, coil of wire, and other circular forms used here-directly on a sheet of.

Cardinal Memoirs by Jill McKeown. Assemblage - Accordion format cyanotype book and twigs inside box. 2007.

Cardinal Memoirs by Jill McKeown. Assemblage - Accordion format cyanotype book and twigs inside box.

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