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Nick Veasey: X-ray Photography

Posted by Janet on April 8, 2008

A bus full of people in New York City. This bus wrap was one of many x-ray projects by Nick Veasey, who has been capturing a wide range of both living and non-living things through x-ray since 1996. His works are beautifully simple, often containing a purpose–to reveal a side never seen before, to evoke emotional response.

According to this article, Nick Veasey’s new book X-Ray: See Through the World Around You is coming out in Britain this month. The images are divided into several categories including humans/animals, objects, nature, abstract, and fashion. This book can be bought through Carlton Books website.

Also check out Nick Veasey’s website at

One Response to “Nick Veasey: X-ray Photography”

  1. Vanessa said

    Sweet! I’ve never seen x-ray used in such a photographic style before. Great find.

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