When I saw London-based graphic designer and artist Henrietta Molinaro's contemporary cyanotypes, I thought of her 19th century predecessor, Anna Atkins, the woman widely acknowledged to be the first female photographer. (And in fact it was photog Miguel Flores-Vianna who introduced me to Molinaro's work.) See how Molinaro opts to isolate the bold hand-picked and pressed poppy so that the sheer, floppy petals fill the space? This summer her work is on view in London at Wilson, Stephens & Jones. Find more here, here and here.