Jacquard Cyanotype Set
2 Component Set for photographic blueprints on paper and fabric. Cyanotype is an antique photographic process distinctive for producing Prussian blue monochromatic prints. Developed in the mid-19th century, cyanotype was quickly embraced as an inexpensive method for reproducing photographs, documents, maps and plans (hence the enduring architectural term â€œblueprintâ€).
Famously, it was also used by Ana Atkins and other field biologists for indexing plant specimensâ€”the first photograms ever made! Cyanotype is a remarkably simple process that employs two inexpensive chemicals and sunlight/UV. Prints can be made on any natural fiber: paper, cotton, silk, wool, wood, etc.