A new mini-poster series

A new mini-poster series has just become available this weekend. Each 16×12 inch (30x40cm) c-type photograph is professionally printed on Fuji Velvet flat matt paper, displayed with a (40x50cm) mount to fit a standard 40x50cm frame. Ten images are currently available in this format, limited to 15 examples each, with further designs in planning. This initial series will shortly be available to purchase directly from my studio shop (https://miketedder.net/shop), but in the meantime do drop me a message should you find a particular image of interest.
The current range of mini-posters available are illustrated here:

Rhubarb, Rhubarb, Rhubarb (2019)

Cyanotype triptych exposed across three A4 sheets of sensitised cotton fabric with a 20min exposure.
Conversations from the series ‘A Beautiful Decay’.

Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day 2019

My pinhole lens-less image for Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day 2019 joins the inspirational online gallery celebrating nearly 2,000 pinhole images shot using a variety of ready made & home made cameras by photographers from around
the world – all on the same day 28th April.

Mike Tedder, “Nature Morte”
Sea Kale photographed using expired Polaroid 664 b/w type 100 instant film
loaded in a Polaroid 100 plastic pinhole camera. It was a dull rainy day, so
shooting indoors for WPPD with a 20 minute exposure.
http://pinholeday.org/gallery/2019/?id=1972

Silver – Beach Creative/Herne Bay

Tuesday 5th February – Sunday 24th March
SILVER is an exhibition celebrating traditional and alternative photographic techniques. Featured images have been selected from a public open call, and will exhibit works from people of all ages, abilities, experience & education. I am looking forward to showing some cyanotypes on fabric during this exhibition.
SILVER will be on the walls of the Marcel gallery, a shared space with TOAST cafe.
​A percentage of the exhibited work and small prints will be for sale allowing you to support the artists, or charity if they choose to pass on their sales. 100% of submission fees will be donated to MS Society. There will also be a donations box for anyone wishing to further support the work of the MS Society.
See usual opening days and times on the website
www.beachcreative.org

Dover flint maps

Flint maps – Dover topographical contour maps inspired by and in synthesis with drawings of local flint boulders from the chalk cliffs. The three flint maps relate to the chalk lanscapes of Dover Castle mount, Langdon Cliffs and the Western Heights. Acrylic paint on black Canford paper.

The flint map drawings are part of a larger design for a mural inside the new Dover Big Local Co-Innovation Project space in Dover town centre.