Chances are, you’ve probably used sun-print paper at some point during your elementary school career. Wasn’t it such a satisfying mixture of chemistry and composition? You pick some flowers, scatter them on the paper, leave it outside while you wander away to have a juice box, and then magic happens.
The process is very similar with these Glithero blueware vases, only the medium is earthenware and the catalyst is a man-made UV light. What a classy and clever play on that classic Delftware color scheme — and technology I haven’t thought about since summer camp arts & crafts hour!