Man Ray's depiction of the roundel orbiting Saturn against the pitch black sky was first printed by Waterloo & Sons Ltd in 1938 for Transport for London and displayed on London's Underground as a set of two posters, London Transport and Keeps London Going.
As an artist, Man Ray, born Emmanuelle Radnitzky, was influenced by 'Dadaism' and a disillusionment with modern communications technology culture, his work then led him to become a recognised name in the surrealist arts movement in Paris.
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