The Photography Transfer Website Project

“Photocopy Transfers, also commonly called ‘Xerox’ Transfers is a process where the ink of a freshly made photocopy is transferred, toner side down to anot

“Photocopy Transfers, also commonly called ‘Xerox’ Transfers is a process where the ink of a freshly made photocopy is transferred, toner side down to another piece of paper using any of three methods: by soaking the copy with a Chartpak P-O Blender marker, a chemical solvent such as acetone, or using heat and water… Although this process crosses the line between high art and craft, it is still used by a wide variety of artistic fields.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE