I use the classic cyanotype formula of 1842 to make my prints of Lanzarote photographs, trying to give an innovative way of looking at its life, things, places, details. With a touch of poetry.

sea and cactus collections

Photographic prints 9×9 cm size, with or without frame in different colours made with recicled cardboard.

Algae collection

My Algae collection. Sea plants of Lanzarote, photographs printed in different formats. On candle (or other objects) holder glasses and on bottles, the print is made on tissue paper. The 300 gms paper prints with scientific name on label are a tribute to Anna Atkins, the botanist who made, using cyanotype, the first photographic book … Continue reading “Algae collection”

Lanzarote, in different shapes

Landscapes, using a Hake brush to put the emulsion on the paper, which gives those nice outer strokes. Paper size is 24×18 cm, ready for a standard frame if you like. Landscapes in postcard format. Vintage styled lettering and framing. Landscapes in bookmark format  

curious objects

  Key rings and hanging hooks nice for the kitchen as well, (very light and strong made with pallet wood) with a cyanotype print. A matt varnish guarantees their resistance over time.   Portable Beaches. Recicled glass, a coloured lanyard, sand and a shell. Cyanotype on their closing cork.   Healing Lanzarote. Empty boxes that … Continue reading “curious objects”