X-Ray art

Looking at these ethereal photographs taken by dutch artist Albert Koetsier, it is hard to associate them with the context they are usually used for as ‘office art’ and generic images seen in stores like Ikea. The method behind their creation is actually the use of an x-ray machine rendering simple objects lumunious and sometimes abstract in their graphic qualities.

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~ by Rohini on Wednesday, August 29, 2007.

4 Responses to “X-Ray art”

  1. Simply amazing, every time you look at them you see something new.

  2. They do just look like nice drawings. It’s interesting but he could do with some better subjects.

  3. Hmm yeah i agree about the possibility of interesting subjects. Like what? They are very pretty, they could be made more interesting using darker subjects.

  4. Hi,
    Perhaps you’d also like this:
    http://www.benkruisdijk.com/rontgen.html

    best regards,

    Ben

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