Floral Radiographs by Steven N. Meyers ...X-ray images of flowers and plants __ for pattern inspiration

Floral Radiographs by Steven N. Meyers ...X-ray images of flowers and plants __ for pattern inspiration

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The x-ray photography of Hugh Turvey – in pictures                              …
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Cervical spine. 'Whiplash related disorders', are a typical cause of neck pain. Osteopathy can help diagnose and treat the problem.

Cervical spine. 'Whiplash related disorders', are a typical cause of neck pain. Osteopathy can help diagnose and treat the problem.

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X-rays of flowers by Hugh Turvey - Telegraph 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

X-rays of flowers by Hugh Turvey - Telegraph 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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Embroidered X-Rays -- Philadelphia-based artist Matthew Cox combines x-ray images and embroidery to show a clinical, scientific world below a colorful, artistic surface

Embroidered X-Rays -- Philadelphia-based artist Matthew Cox combines x-ray images and embroidery to show a clinical, scientific world below a colorful, artistic surface

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Dutch X-ray technician and amateur photographer, Albert Koetsier, went beyound the negative in X-rays of flowers and plants and transformed them into beautiful images of art.

Dutch X-ray technician and amateur photographer, Albert Koetsier, went beyound the negative in X-rays of flowers and plants and transformed them into beautiful images of art.

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