X-Ray Photography by Nick Veasey

Let’s see the unseen! This blog entry is dedicated to the art of x-rayography as developed by outstanding Nick Veasey – the hunter of a fascinating inner-space reality. Driven by a wonder of what goes on inside the design, Nick reveals the secrets and shows what it is like under the surface. He creates spectacular inside-out images of the mundane and bizarre with a very fine detail capture mainly due to some of that fancy complicated radiographic gadgetry he uses for taking x-rays. And each his object turns out to have its own unique language, rhythm, and plasticity. Now you can see this rare and unusual imagery into the complex beautiful structures of the normally ordinary things. Below goes the round-up of his works with awesome x-ray vision that uncovers the fascinating inner beauty usually hidden from the naked eye.

Fashion

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creative roentgen photos

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Man and Machine

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Objects

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Toys

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Aquatic

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Animals

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Insects

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creative roentgen photo

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Plant Life

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  • Dave

    No Xray pics of TSA employees looking at Xrayed airline passengers? I’m just say’in..

  • Natalie

    FINALLY… an artist with an unconventional spin on creative expression in the photography world!
    Really interesting photos, & I only wish there are more to browse through!
    Very inspiring.
    :)

  • m

    Spiders are NOT insects.

  • smileyone73

    great photo’s, love to see some more

  • SP

    When TSA agents get bored at work. . .

  • w

    @m Arachnids, whatever ya dooche

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  • Sean

    that guy was reading the daily planet :D

  • http://desighnfloat.com NMick Veasey

    Thanks allot for the comments. you dont know how much of a bitch it was to x-ray that fucking snake. Sure wish Dave was alive to say that.

  • AZ

    these are awesome. can you buy prints of these somewhere. they would make awesome posters.

  • I

    @m Those aren’t even spiders. Last time I checked spiders had 8 legs.

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  • kyle

    they’re tarantulas. which are arachnids. they have two pairs of appendages other than the eight legs. the short ones (chelicerae) around the mouth hold venom, and the others (pedipalpi) are usually used to cut up and crush food.

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    This is such a great idea !!! I love this !!!

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    Fantastic work. I love it!

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  • Pavel

    cool!!! gr8 work.

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    tres cool

  • Jasmine

    super super supre fantabeless great

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    Great photos..want to see some more