The wood blocks
These are photos taken on instant film. The emulsion was then lifted and placed on to small blocks of wood I found in the museum. I participial liked the grain, so after I had primed it, i sanded it down a little. It mirrored my transfer from my home to Tartu.
The Japanese paper
Thus paper looks quite fragile but in truth it is very robust. Light sensitive emulsion was painted on the paper which was then exposed. These images were taken on the toome hill where there is a derelict house surrounded by crow nests. I really liked the sharpness of the shadows accompanied by the noise of the crows
The book covers
I have in the past bought books because they have had interesting covers and sometimes enticing reviews reproduced on the back only to be sorely disappointed by the actual content. I liked what the museum does with books, making boxes and sketch books. I also liked the trouble that the publisher had gone to with the illustrations which would normally be hidden behind a dust jacket.