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Arie van’t Riet

Arie van’t Riet

Physicist Arie Van’t Riet used his knowledge of radiation to launch a photography series that literally looks deep into the beauty of nature. The artist uses an X-ray camera to capture the skeletal underpinnings of animals and the delicate fibers of flowers and plants. Though they may look like what a superhero with X-ray vision would see on a nature ...

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Hugh Turvey

Hugh Turvey

British x-ray artist Hugh Turvey appeals to the kid in all of us with his series of x-ray photographs of wrapped Christmas presents. Turvey calls the images Xograms and creates them by placing each object in an x-ray machine, exposing it to photons for up to a minute. Unique coloring techniques are applied by hand. 1997 marked his foray into x-ray ...

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Hugh Turvey

Hugh Turvey

Hugh Turvey born 5 June 1971 is a British artist, photographer and experimentalist who works primarily with x-ray technology. Trained as a designer ,art director but on discovering photography he retrained under iconic photographer Gered Mankowitz. During 1996/1997 he started experimenting with x-ray/shadow photography after being asked to create an alternative ‘revealing’ image for an album cover. With the encouragement of ...

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Nick Veasey

Nick Veasey

In a world obsessed with superficial image it is a refreshing contrast to look beyond the surface and appreciate the stuff that surrounds us for what it is made of, not just what it looks like on the outside.  English artist Nick Veasey uses x-ray technology to peel back the layers and peer inside all manner of subjects; people, objects, ...

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