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X-Ray Art – Hugh Turvey, X-Ray Artist

Turvey experimented by photographing his wife’s foot in a high-heeled shoe.

Turvey experimented by photographing his wife’s foot in a high-heeled shoe. Image source. 

X-ray art is a fusion of visible light and x-rays to create what has been called a “xogram,” a term coined by British photographer and artist Hugh Turvey. He has a fascinating and beautiful portfolio of images, of which you can find a sample from National Geographic. A couple of my favorites are below.

An x-ray image of a Dachshund wearing a protective cone.

An x-ray image of a Dachshund wearing a protective cone.

Sagittal image of a person drinking a glass of water.

Sagittal image of a person drinking a glass of water.

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2 thoughts on “X-Ray Art – Hugh Turvey, X-Ray Artist

  1. That is so interesting. I rarely heard of that. An Xray art is a kind a unique.

    Posted by cindy chang | August 6, 2014, 5:14 am

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