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Learn how to make cyanotype prints: Course + Kit
Learn how to make cyanotype prints: Course + Kit
Learn how to make cyanotype prints: Course + Kit
Learn how to make cyanotype prints: Course + Kit
Learn how to make cyanotype prints: Course + Kit

Learn how to make cyanotype prints: Course + Kit

Instructor
Emma Mapp
Regular price
£28.95
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£28.95
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Learn how to make cyanotype prints with designer and photographer Emma Mapp.

Cyanotypes, also known as sun prints, are a unique type of analogue printmaking and photography that does not require a camera or an expensive darkroom. 

Engineers used the process well into the 20th century as a simple and low-cost process to produce copies of drawings, referred to as blueprints.

The printing process is accessible, super easy and you will be able to create a stunning final work of art with its signature Prussian blue colour within minutes!


What's in the kit?

The kit comes with everything you need to get started right away, including:
  • Gloves, 1 set
  • Sponge Brush x1
  • Bottle of ‘Part A’ Potassium Ferricyanide powder – 9g
  • Bottle of ‘Part B’ Ferric Ammonium Citrate powder – 21.5g
  • 'How to' Instructions 

Please note: Product aesthetics may vary due to external supplier availability. The kit will always be supplied with the same contents. Recycled materials are used whenever possible.

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How is the course taught?

This course is taught through printed instructions included in the box.

Is this course suitable for beginners?

This course is suitable for makers of all levels. Suitable for children age 10+ with adult supervision.

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Emma Mapp

Emma Mapp

Emma Mapp is a designer, a photographer and a risk-taker. Growing up in Namibia and South Africa, photography was a big part of her childhood with both her father and uncle frequently working with cameras. After being made redundant from her profession as a lawyer in the recession of 2009, Emma's passion for photography was reignited in a turning point for her life.

From unfulfilled city lawyer to full-time photographer and designer, Emma co-founded the London Photo Festival, set up Mapp of London which sells camera bags and hosts cyanotype workshops, and having her work featured in publications such as The Telegraph and the Metro.

www.mappoflondon.uk