Tuesday, February 8, 2011

X-rays of Flowers by Hugh Turvey

They say beauty is only skin deep - but Hugh Turvey's x-rays of flowers show they are captivating through and through. Hugh, who trained as a designer / art director before studying photography Gered Mankowitz, first used X-rays in 1996 to photograph a human skull as a favour to a musician friend who needed an image for an album cover. He has since used the technique to produce a series of coloured x-rays of everyday objects.

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