Michael C. Mendez; Photogram, Photography "The Killing Jar" I like this photogram because its almost capturing the magic which makes it look really special and interesting.

Michael C. Mendez; Photogram, Photography "The Killing Jar" I like this photogram because its almost capturing the magic which makes it look really special and interesting.

wax and nature print artwork of artist Valerie Hammond. You can see more of her work by visiting her gallery website by clicking here. All images are drawn from this website.

wax and nature print artwork of artist Valerie Hammond. You can see more of her work by visiting her gallery website by clicking here. All images are drawn from this website.

Adam Fuss photogram. I think this photogram is really effective as the dress looks haunted and ghostly.

Adam Fuss photogram. I think this photogram is really effective as the dress looks haunted and ghostly.

Stephanie Valentin, 'Ether 7' 2006,  photogram I like the translucent effect on the moth/butterfly's wings in this picture because it looks really detailed, I also like how part of the wing and the body is transparent because it gives a good outline of what the picture is.

Stephanie Valentin, 'Ether 7' 2006, photogram I like the translucent effect on the moth/butterfly's wings in this picture because it looks really detailed, I also like how part of the wing and the body is transparent because it gives a good outline of what the picture is.

Susan Derges: THE RIVER TAW, 1998. Camara-less photography: "Susan Derges uses the landscape at night as her darkroom, submerging large sheets of photographic paper in rivers and using the moon and flashlight to create the exposure."

Susan Derges: THE RIVER TAW, 1998. Camara-less photography: "Susan Derges uses the landscape at night as her darkroom, submerging large sheets of photographic paper in rivers and using the moon and flashlight to create the exposure."

'Untitled, (Körperfotogramm), gelatin-silver print photogram by Floris Neusüss, Berlin, Germany, 1962. Collection Chistian Diener, Berlin © Courtesy of Floris Neusüss

'Untitled, (Körperfotogramm), gelatin-silver print photogram by Floris Neusüss, Berlin, Germany, 1962. Collection Chistian Diener, Berlin © Courtesy of Floris Neusüss


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