Sunday, April 24

I’m Looking Through You

As we go about our lives we see objects around us everyday that we take at face value. Why don’t we back up and take a closer look, inside?
 
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Nick Veasey is a British photographer and filmmaker working primarily within the medium of X-ray imaging. Born in London in 1962, he worked in the advertising and design industries and pursued work in conventional still photography before making the serendipitous discovery of applying X-ray imaging to everyday objects and skeletons after being asked to X-ray a cola can for a television show.

He was so thrilled with the ‘look’ after doing the cola can that he used the same technique and took an image of his own shoes. Now he’s hooked on it, good for us!
 
I enjoy the X-ray art (of all kinds) very much especially all the little details or inner workings you can’t see without an X-ray. The more complicated the images the better to see all the cool little details you may have missed. Hope you enjoyed this engaging form of art.
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