Graeme Luther is a young Illustrator and Printmaker specialising in screen printing, and a recent graduate of the University of Westminster.
His work predominantly focuses on environmental themes and he have a keen interest in nature and sustainability.
During his final major University project, which focused around the Phylum Ctenophora; more commonly known as the marine invertebrates comb jellyfish, he experimented with an ink called hydrochromic in order to create screen prints that would only be visible when submerged in water. The ink is white when dry but loses its opacity when it comes into contact with water.
Graeme's WCPF hydrochromic prints are part of an interactive installation and require a participant to dip them into water in order to see them, they then dry and return to their previous state.