I learned this technique at art camp. It's almost like an X-ray that brings objects a different life to them.
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For those who wondered the technique: A photogram is made in a darkroom with photo-sensitive paper. I took props, a small plastic bouquet and ribbon with toy skeleton hands in this case, and laid it over the photosensitive paper, and then shined a flashlight on it for, oh, I think about 8 seconds.