home: event [ cyanotype workshop ]

home: event [ cyanotype workshop ]

Try something new with this workshop held at West Elm, Tottenham Court Road, London.

Learn the process and techniques used to create your own piece of art, and bring along objects from home that you want to make prints of.

Cyanotype is one of the earliest forms of photographic process (It dates back to the mid-1800s) distinctive for its Prussian blue monochrome prints produced in sunlight. This is an effective way of introducing newcomers to photography and the principles of light and light sensitive materials

example of a cyanotype print

Tickets available from eventbrite.co.uk [ Sat 23rd June – £45 ]

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home: event [ Kodakery : photography knowledge and equipment ] 

home: event [ Kodakery : photography knowledge and equipment ] 

Time out says,

Trigger-fingers at the ready, photography buffs: try out a new smartphone from Kodak, then see a photo exhibition, quiz the experts on how to improve your Insta game, buy film stock from the heritage camera company and items from a collab with Opening Ceremony in this week-long pop-up. 


To create some personal creative presents, produce photography for your walls or get your hands on knowledge about some new technology head to the one week long pop-up at Berwick Street, Soho, at ‘The Kodakery’, starting today! 

It’s free entry and the closest tube is Oxford Circus 

home: featured [ A Room In My House ] 

home: featured [ A Room In My House ] 

This quirky store is full of in-house designed goods in their online store at http://www.aroominmyhouse.com but it’s their prints department that we are focusing on this week for great prints for your walls or to make lovely gifts! From architectural brutalist influenced photography to typography prints and alphabet designs, there’s a lovely range with prices from £8. 

Visit the main shop this Friday and get 25% off with code BLACK25 or next Monday with code CYBER25. 

Link through from there webshop, if vintage and handmade is your thing, straight through to their Etsy shop for retro homeware, gifts and more. 

Homeware is a great idea for Christmas gifts as usable present as well as getting something unique! 

home: recommends [ A Room In My House ] 

home: recommends [ A Room In My House ] 

With a great combination of vintage, hand made and in house designed products, A Room In My House is a great store for gifts, homeware and prints. 

The brand has both an lovely online independent shop as well as a well-curated store on the popular marketplace, Etsy

The brand divides their ranges between the two selling areas with the vintage homeware being in the Etsy store together with handmade products and prints; and then solely their in-house designed goods, in their own webshop

Their vintage collection, on Etsy, includes glassware and ceramics from the 1950s-1970s and this is complimented by gorgeous handmade cushions in either vintage fabrics or crochet. 

Explore the main store for both photographic and typography inspired prints by the duo who run the brand, as well as stationery and cards. There’s even extra goodies including paperback letter racks – clever holders for photos, cards or letters made by hand from books, which make great gifts. 

Follow the brand on social media for news of new products and where to shop with them in person as well as news of extra products to buy that aren’t always available online. 

http://www.instagram.com/aroominmyhouse 

Twitter : @aroominmyhouse 

https://m.facebook.com/A-Room-in-my-House-Ltd-138562196193009/ 
[ A Room In My House is one of the brands in our first birthday giveaway on Instagram / see earlier post or Instagram for full details on how to enter ]