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Time and light react to each other and generate images on three-dimensional objects thanks to a light-sensitive layer applied to the external surface of the object.

Time and light react to each other and generate images on three-dimensional objects thanks to a light-sensitive layer applied to the external surface of the object.

#Cyanotype #sunprint #blauwdruk

#Cyanotype #sunprint #blauwdruk

Christina Guwang , 2006-2007, écritures gris/blanc

Christina Guwang , 2006-2007, écritures gris/blanc

Double pinhole Photography

Double pinhole Photography

Sylvain Ramolet : Céramiques - ArchiDesignClub by MUUUZ - Architecture & Design

Sylvain Ramolet : Céramiques

Sylvain Ramolet : Céramiques - ArchiDesignClub by MUUUZ - Architecture & Design

Time and light react to each other and generate images on three-dimensional objects thanks to a light-sensitive layer applied to the external surface of the object.

Time and light react to each other and generate images on three-dimensional objects thanks to a light-sensitive layer applied to the external surface of the object.

Brigitte Marionneau

Brigitte Marionneau

PhotoGraphy_LOW_06.jpg

PhotoGraphy_LOW_06.jpg

Univers Mininga Plus

Univers Mininga Plus

Zhang Dali (張大力, b1963, Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang Province, China) | artist uses a photo process invented over 150 years ago, creates photograms or cyanotypes by brushing large pieces of cotton canvas with a mixture of chemicals. He explains, 'After drying the fabric, images placed in front of the fabric are captured in silhouette; and, within a few minutes of exposure to the sun's ray's negative images, or shadows start to form.'

Zhang Dali (張大力, b1963, Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang Province, China) | artist uses a photo process invented over 150 years ago, creates photograms or cyanotypes by brushing large pieces of cotton canvas with a mixture of chemicals. He explains, 'After drying the fabric, images placed in front of the fabric are captured in silhouette; and, within a few minutes of exposure to the sun's ray's negative images, or shadows start to form.'

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