​​​​​​​Cyanotype printing is a photographic procedure first invented by J. Herschel in 1842 as an effective means of copying notes (hence the current meaning of the term "blueprint"), which was later employed by Anna Atkins as a method to catalogue ferns and other specimens.
In this practice I like to experiment with floral media as well as glass objects and elements such as salt, rice and nets, to obtain rich, grainy, abstract, modern textures.
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