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Artist Creates Unique Nude Photo Series with Invisible Ink Revealed Under Blacklights (NSFW)

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Turn off the lights. 

California-based artist Richard Rasner boasts himself as one of the first photographers ever to use digital blacklight photography. Since his career flew to the forefront of the creative art field with the bestselling book Whispers of the Mind in 2005, Rasner has remained at the forefront of the technology required to complete this complicated process.

We've collected images across 25 blacklight projects by the creative artist, featuring nude women shot both inside and out wearing 100 percent invisible ink, painted or pour on in various designs and colors. The models are then lit by custom UV lights, allowing the designs to illuminate into the darkness. Rasner, who operates under the moniker 'Unique Nudes,' hopes to help separate nude art from porn, with his stunning, respectable, non-erotic nudes. Here's a look into the blacklight creations of Richard Rasner. 

Images via Unique Nudes