The image was manipulated by prizing open the Polaroid camera's film cartridge with a screwdriver, just as the photo was taken.
The process of deconstruction of the Polaroid involves the instant photo being cut from its frame and the black backing removed. It is then placed into hot water where the emulsion layer is carefully removed from the transparent acetate with a brush.
The emulsion is carefully moved to another tray containing cold water, where it is delicately brushed into position onto watercolour paper.
Available as A4 (21.0cm x 29.7cm / 8.3inches x 11.7inches) and A3 (29.7cm x 42.0cm / 11.7inches x 16.5inches) Open Edition Prints
Archival giclée inkjet print. This high-quality fine art giclée print is printed on 290gsm Hahnemühle Bamboo paper, a fine art inkjet paper made from bamboo fibres.
All online orders are printed and shipped by The Print Space London. All prints up to A2 size are put in recyclable envelopes and fortified by two strong cardboard stiffeners. The prints are attached to the stiffeners with eco-friendly paper tape made from 100% recycled fibres.