Aerography (arts)

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Aerography is a surrealist method in which a stencil used in spraypainting is replaced by a three-dimensional object; in extreme cases male artists have used their genitals as stencils. The aerography technique is most recognizable as a blended and photorealistic style. The method has been used to decorate tiles from the Victorian era [1] and in the works of Man Ray.[2]

Aerography on cars[edit]

Aerography is commonly used on vehicles. It adds an appealing and attracting effect, by presenting an image on the hood, on the side, or all around.[3]


  1. ^ Dalby, Stewart (24 July 1999). "Collectors who are splashing out on the tiles". Guardian. Retrieved 30 September 2011.
  2. ^ Naumann, Frances. "Conversion to Modernism". The Art of Painting in More than Two Dimensions: The Paintings, Drawings, Watercolors, Cliché Verre, and Airbrush Compositions of 1917-1919. Retrieved 30 September 2011.
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