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Cyanotype Art Print TRACE LINES, alternative photography sun print, botanical art, nature, shabby chic wall decor

Cyanotype Art Print TRACE LINES, alternative photography sun print, botanical art, nature, shabby chic wall decor

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: cyanotype process
  • Made to order
  • Favorited by: 3 people
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Cyanotype printing is an alternative photography process that uses sunlight to expose the image. I developed a way of taking the traditional cyanotype process and altering the process so that instead of a normal blue and white print, I could get varied shades of blue, green, sometimes even yellow creeps in. Instead of the end goal of a very tidy and neat blue and white cyanotype, the end goal is a unique, completely imperfect print.

A statement in any room. These matte, museum-quality posters are printed on durable, archival paper

The Cyanotype process, originally created by Sir John Herschel in 1842, is also known as a "blueprint" process. The final print is characteristically blue in color. The cyanotype print is also known as a "non-silver" process, since it employs ferric (iron) salts for its photosensitivity, from a combination of two solutions, one containing ferric ammonium citrate and the other solution containing potassium ferricyanide. Combining these complete solutions in equal parts creates a sensitizing solution which is then
brushed or painted onto the surface of a substrate like cloth or hot-press watercolor paper.
.
This print is made to order and ships separately from Printful; please allow 7-8 business days for processing.
Cyanotype printing is an alternative photography process that uses sunlight to expose the image. I developed a way of taking the traditional cyanotype process and altering the process so that instead of a normal blue and white print, I could get varied shades of blue, green, sometimes even yellow creeps in. Instead of the end goal of a very tidy and neat blue and white cyanotype, the end goal is a unique, completely imperfect print.

A statement in any room. These matte, museum-quality posters are printed on durable, archival paper

The Cyanotype process, originally created by Sir John Herschel in 1842, is also known as a "blueprint" process. The final print is characteristically blue in color. The cyanotype print is also known as a "non-silver" process, since it employs ferric (iron) salts for its photosensitivity, from a combination of two solutions, one containing ferric ammonium citrate and the other solution containing potassium ferricyanide. Combining these complete solutions in equal parts creates a sensitizing solution which is then
brushed or painted onto the surface of a substrate like cloth or hot-press watercolor paper.
.
This print is made to order and ships separately from Printful; please allow 7-8 business days for processing.

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