Print Shop

In 2020, I started to develop a way of printing that mixes analogue and digital technologies in new and experimental ways using smartphone screens in a darkroom environment. 

It has been challenging, but those challenges have brought with them some really unique and abstract results. 

 

A selection of these prints have been invited to be exhibited by LoosenArt in Rome, Italy next February.

If you are interested in ordering a listed print in a conventional or custom size or if you are interested in starting a conversation about a commission, drop me an email at maryanneroyle1@gmail.com 

The prints for sale are abstract and look great in both portrait and landscape.

A3 - £35 + Postage

A2 - £45 + Postage

A1 - £55 + Postage

Super Closeup - Light

This is a zoomed in section taken from a light part of'Trick of the Eye'  (below). 

At a glance, it appears uniform but look closer and there is variation and imperfection from tonal changes or scratches on the smartphone screen. 

Trick of the Eye

This is a digital scan of an analogue print of a digital scan of an analogue print of a digital image. 

A cool thing about 'Trick of the Eye' is that looks different depending on how far away you look at it. The fabric of the image is apparent when close and the fabric in the image is apparent when further away.

This piece has been invited to be exhibited in Rome next February. 

Big Cells Small Cells

This piece is a digital scan of a super enlarged analogue print of 'From the Ground to the Sky' .

There are the obvious large cells but on closer inspection smaller cells reveal themselves within them.

Super Closeup - Dark

This is a zoomed in section taken from a dark part of'Trick of the Eye'  (below). 

Even though this is captured from the structure of a digital image, it appears to have natural qualities. 

This piece has been selected to be exhibited in Rome next February. 

From the Ground to the Sky

This is a digital scan of an analogue print of a digital scan of an analogue print of a digital image. 

The name of the piece was chosen because the original digital image before processing was of a post-mix cement surface and the result resembles trees overhead. 

Fun fact, the strange effect of this image happened by mistake when I forgot to focus the enlarger, a happy accident.

Perpendicular Interruptions 

This piece is a digital scan of an analogue print of a digital scan of an analogue print of a digital image. 

Bold and abstract, this work comes from the humble origin of frosted glass on my kitchen door. 

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