Are you familiar with the images on the Adobe CS2 boxes?
Have you ever wondered how they were created or who made them?
I always thought they were created through the magic of a master Photoshoper or Illustrator’er. But no.
The delicate images of feathers, leaves, flowers, and shells are actually x-rays created by one of the top x-ray photographers of our time, Nick Veasey.
But Nick Veasey isn’t the only x-ray photographer out there. There are actually quite a few people involved in the unique field. CultCase put together a fascinating post detailing the work of these x-ray photographers from the past to the present.
See it here >> X-Ray Photography as Art: Hidden Faces of The Inner Space
Thanks to one of my readers for sending me the link!