Max de Esteban’s photography is always project-based and postulates an open question about something he’s passionately interested in. This series named Proposition One depicts obsolete technology products for creating and communicating art. The images have an x-ray longing to reclaim a mortuary quality, as
It’s is not the first time we write about X-Ray photography but I quite enjoyed the result of British photographer, Nick Veasey using industrial X-ray machines to shoot the most common fashion objects. Veasey had the idea of shooting these while dating the daughter of a truck driver who was transporting thousands of soda cans, [...]
We have been feeling the radiology/ x-ray trend for awhile now, whether it was flowers, humans or even toys, this kind of photography given us a different view on everyday objects. Well, thanks to the technology of the medical imagery 3D high-definition, the French collective project Lux Inside decided to
A few days ago I featured photographer Torkil Gudnason in reference to his Bourgeois Dog Series, but since then I have had the chance to peruse through his entire online portfolio and found a lot of great work. I was particularly captivated by this Floral series. It reminded me of Hugh Turvey’s x-ray flower photography [...]
After the X-ray Pin-up and the Radiology Art here are Hugh Turvey‘s x-rays of flowers. Hugh, 39, has been fascinated since childhood with getting underneath the surface of things, and its since 1996 the he first used X-rays as a favor to a musician friend who needed an image for an album cover.
Eizo teamed up with Butter, a Berlin/Dusseldorf ad agency to create this x-ray pin-up calender for 2010 (just released). Credits: EIZO medical imaging high precision displays for the examination and diagnosis of radiographs. Whereas craftsmen are showered with pin-up-calendars at the end of every year, this kind of present is less popular among medics. EIZO [...]
Since the summer of 2007, the Radiology Art project has been underway. This is a project dedicated to the deeper visualization via CT Scan of various objects that hold unique cultural importance in modern society. So far, these objects have included toys, convenience-related foods, and personal electronics. Also you can send them any object you would like them to scan ! Pretty Cool !