Re: sort of funny question...

From: Galina ^lt;>
Date: 02/12/04-03:57:50 AM Z
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does anybody know if they are still in business?

I have written to them, but have not got any reply at all !



On Wednesday, Feb 11, 2004, at 20:42 US/Pacific,

> Hello,
> You might try 'Blueprints-Printables", web site:
> I have found that this company can supply blueprint (cyanotype)
> sensitized fabric, etc. at a price that is cheaper than you can do it
> yourself. As anyone who has ever tried to find the "right" cotton
> fabric and sensitized it with cyanotype knows, just look at the prices
> and and give thanks that someone is buying "in bulk" AND is using the
> traditional formula to make hugh pieces of cyanotype cloth.
> Regards,
> Jonathon Russell
> --
> "Expose for the secrets,
> Develop for the surprises!"
>> From: Christopher Lovenguth <>
>> Subject: sort of funny question...
>> Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 12:28:06 -0500
>>> I was in the Whitney Museum the other night in the gift shop and I
>>> saw they had this art kit for kids to make “blue prints” that
>>> develop in running water.
>> I don't know about the particualr kit, but if you're more interested
>> in buying pre-coated cyanotype paper, there were a couple of places I
>> found when I checked last time. Since this is 2-3 years ago, I am not
>> certain if the situation is still the same, but Dorn's Photography
>> Unlimited sold 24x36 paper for $2/sheet for minimum order of 20 sheets
>> plus tax and s&h.
>> Dorn's Photography Unlimited
>> C/O John Pecyna
>> 23a Wallace street
>> Red Bank , New Jersey
>> USA
>> 07710
>> After then I have been distracted to a different process and I'm still
>> there...
>> --
>> Ryuji Suzuki
>> "Reality has always had too many heads." (Bob Dylan, Cold Irons
>> Bound, 1997)
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