Cyanotype tablecloths is a STORE workshop run at The Bartlett School of Architecture. This workshop explores Cyanotypes, specifically those created by Robert Rauschenberg and Susan Weil in 1951. A Cyanotype is an analogue photographic print. Large scale, 1:1 pieces, can be exposed over various time periods and washed off with water to create complex prints. In this workshop, we worked with students from the Mossbourne Academy and the Pimlico Academy to design and make tablecloths for a banquet. We asked each student to bring an object to the workshop, in order to contribute to the collective print.