Themes in Art


An extremely rad photographic process where objects are placed directly on a photosensitive surface and exposed, leaving a ghostly silhouette on the final image. It’s a technique as old as photography itself, previously called photograms, before Man Ray made a bunch of them and named the technique after himself.

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Rayograph - 1925, Man Ray

Rayograph - 1925 Man Ray, 1925

The Kiss, Man Ray

The Kiss Man Ray, 1922

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Grimoires, Themes in Art


Forbidden knowledge

The Nude in Art, Themes in Art

The Nude in Art

Getting out the skin

Allegory, Themes in Art


Art to illustrate and teach

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