Re: sort of funny question...

From: Jack Fulton ^lt;>
Date: 02/12/04-11:27:40 AM Z
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This kit has been out for many years and works fine. I think the folks
@ BlueprintsPrintables perhaps made many of the original papers . .but
am not quite sure. You can still purchase paper ready-made from them.
I've made a few books using this and it works great.
Jack Fulton

On Feb 11, 2004, at 9:28 AM, Christopher Lovenguth wrote:

> 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. The kit contains 25 sheets of sensitized 5x7 paper with
> a plastic contact frame all for $10. Does anyone know if this is just
> blue paper (don’t know the technical name but what architects use) or
> cyanotype paper? I meant to buy some but got distracted by something
> else. For that price to have 25 sheets ready-made paper to use in a
> bind, I want to try it. Has anyone else? I know other companies make
> this stuff to for kids that probably sells at the Discovery Channel
> store, etc.
> - Chris
If all the beasts were gone, men would die from great loneliness of
spirit, for whatever happens to the beasts also happens to the man.
Received on Thu Feb 12 11:28:00 2004

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