Learn how to make cyanotype prints for a trinket tray 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.
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!
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.
What's in the kit?
The kit comes with everything you need to get started right away, including:
- Sponge Brush x1
- Bottle of ‘Part A’ Potassium Ferricyanide powder – 9g
- Bottle of ‘Part B’ Ferric Ammonium Citrate powder – 21.5g
- White rustic tray 23x18cm x1
- Varnish pot 10ml
- 300gsm paper x2
- '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.
How is this cyanotype course taught?
Learn how to produce a cyanotype with printed instructions included in the kit. Simply add your print to your tray.
What else do I need?
Everything you need to start creating your cyanotype print is included. You’ll just need some botanicals or whatever else you wish to make imprints of.
This kit is delivered by the course instructor through drop-shipping.