Alexanders : editoned cyanotype print by The Darkroom Project
Made using the cyanotype process, which is one of the earliest processes, dating from the 1840's, these prints are all unique originals. The alexanders were foraged from the cliff tops of Margate close to the studios and darkroom.
Inspirations for The Darkroom include the pioneer photographers and specifically Anna Atkins in relation to this print as she was a botanist who developed the cyanotype process as a superior technique to record her algi and seaweed specimens. She is also noted as being the first woman photographer and printed the first photo book.
Fifteen artists, architects, designers, public artists and printmakers have collaborated to bring together this first Resortfolio collection of 15 hand printed original prints which have been created in a limited edition of 25.
Each print is available individually for £40, or take advantage of the rare chance to own the complete set in a beautiful presentation box.
The prints are all made on John Purcell Paper and are 25 x 25cm