Friday, May 9, 2008

Mordançage—the stymied and the sublime

The mordançage process is a unique photographic technique that allows the darkest parts of a silver print to blister and release from the paper base. Sometimes that emulsion can be used to create "veils" and other times it can be removed from the print completely. Either way, the resulting images are often unpredictable transformations of the original photographs.

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Tuesday, May 6, 2008

3D Extensions

Admittedly this is my favorite project of the 3D Design and Ceramics Class. Students are challenged to create extensions for a part of the body, some did physical attributes and some did emotional extensions, but all turned out great.

Check all of them out HERE

Prof Graham