Cyanotype on water-colour paper, thread
A5 & A6
Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that uses light-sensitive chemicals to create blueprints. To alter the classic blue-cyan color, cutch dye (a natural dye) was used to produce a brown hue, and pieces were finished with different contrast stitching threads. Natural tannins in the liquids alter the pH level of the chemicals, giving the prints a range of tones. Back has a stamped logo.
One of a kind - a mystery secret grab, you will not know what you are getting until you open it up – but that's the fun of it!
Note: Prints would be sent as untracked mail.