|My childhood was made of win.|
Do you remember School House Rock? My girlfriend found it on Amazon, and I had to get a copy for myself! It’s two disks packed with everything that was awesome about being a kid. The only thing it’s missing is the Kool-Aid man bursting through a brick wall.
|These date from the mid 1800’s to the 1900’s. Gorgeous!|
The process is pretty fascinating, actually. Basically, he sensitizes paper with a mixture of liquid Platinum and Palladium solutions, tops the papers with a digital negative and pins them into these frames. The bars across the back of the frames hold the negative against the paper firmly, between the frame back and a piece of non-uv filtering glass. The whole unit gets set out in the sun, negative side up, for a specific period of time. Then he runs them through some developer baths, just like a traditional photograph. They’re stunning to watch, and we both love the historic process this art takes.
|I’m very pleased with this fabric, but I need both to keep working!|
|Oscar loves his cheese.|