FOTOSSÍNTESE: Bio fotossensibilidade aplicada à cerâmica

From a historical photographic method called anthypia, a process of generation and preservation of images on ceramic surfaces was developed. Ceramics become photosensitive when covered with a photographic emulsion extracted from plants. Sensitivity to light comes from the use of photosynthetic pigments, taken from flowers and vegetables that are easily found in our daily lives. The use of photographic positives and the action of the sun allows the creation of images on the surface of ceramic pieces.