Formica

Formica

Posted on 02/19/2017


Photo taken on February 19, 2017


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resistor: sumi ink with alcohol. interestingly, the sumi ink sort of floated on the paper so you couldn't see what the chemicals were doing until you wiped the ink away.

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Falling Thru The Lens ... Goodbye...
Falling Thru The Len…
Wow, that does generate a subconscious process. I keep seeing a scream in the lower center - but I seem to be seeing a lot of those these days :-)
20 months ago.
Formica has replied to Falling Thru The Len…
i see a lot of faces in it. i was quite surprised.
20 months ago.
Falling Thru The Len… has replied to Formica
I discovered a new set of chemigrams...

michaelweitzman.net/#/7394_Chemigrams

He has some very beautiful other work too.
20 months ago.
Formica has replied to Falling Thru The Len…
oh, thanks for the link jacki. some really nice work. i wish there was more detail about what he was working with. cameras, film, paper, resists...
20 months ago.
Falling Thru The Len… has replied to Formica
You're welcome. It seems as if for chemigrams especially, each person is working out their technique on their own ...
20 months ago.
Formica has replied to Falling Thru The Len…
i think that's the nature of a chemigram. since it's pretty unpredictable. age of paper, kind of paper, state of chemicals, type of resist all play into the final result.
20 months ago.