Reproduction of sungraphite is a photographic reproduction of a sungraphite made by a scanner. In this way, the original sungraphite is used as a negative.
Sungraphite is made by the unique combination of a cyanotype and graphite drawing. First, a shade of blue was recorded in the artist’s personal space. Then the blueprint is treated with graphite and varnish. The print is written on, repetitively drawn, scratched, or erased with graphite and varnish. As such, a sungraphite can be interpreted as a personal barometer.