Cyanotype is an alternative photographic printing process dating back to the 1800s that produces blue prints, typically using coated paper and light. In this workshop, we will be printing our cyanotypes on fabric instead of paper. The options are endless - as long as the fabric is white (or almost white) and is made of natural material, you can print on it. This is the perfect opportunity to take cyanotypes to the next level, and up-cycle an old t-shirt or tote bag in the process! What better way than by turning it into a one of a kind piece of art? We will use a range of materials to make our prints, including flowers, leaves, negatives, or any other semi transparent objects. Please see the materials list as you will need to bring in something to print on - a t-shirt, tote bag, fabric mask, scarf, pillow case.
This workshop is in the darkroom, it is very much a standing workshop and in a small space.