curious objects

Key rings and different Hanging hooks nice for the kitchen as well. A matt varnish guarantees resistance over time.

Portable Beaches.
Recicled glass, a coloured lanyard, sand and a shell. Cyanotype on the closing cork.

portable beaches

Healing Lanzarote.
Empty boxes that used to have medicines inside. I recicled them, turning them inside out, and printed in cyanotype, naming them Healing Lanzarote because here the medicine is around you. The medicine is outside now.

healing lanzarote vintage nuove

Elixir of Lanzarote
Very old mini liquor bottles have become the container for your most precious treasure ideas, with a label made at size for them.

elixir lanzarote.jpg

Cardboard magnets.
Architectural details from La Villa de Teguise, former capital of Lanzarote.

magnets

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

 

Algae collection

My Algae collection.

Sea plants of Lanzarote, photographed and printed in different formats.

On glasses and on bottles, the print is made on tissue paper.

The sea plants prints with scientific names are made on 250g drawing paper; they are a tribute to Anna Atkins, the botanist who made, using cyanotype, the first photographic book of history: “British Algae”.

sea and cactus collections

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

limited edition print

Limited edition photograph printed with the classic 1842 Cyanotype formula on Arches Platine, a 100% cotton rag with no alkaline reserve, especially made for alternative photography such as platinum, p.palladium, cyanotype, etc.

The first print I offer is a wonderful moment at sunset in Famara, Lanzarote. Young boys gliding with gestures that reminded me La Danse by Matisse.

It comes together with a dedicated, free verse poem by Solange Rincón, a good friend and poet living in Maracaibo, Venezuela, who won several prizes and have books published.

photo with poetry