These REAL X-Rays Will Change The Way You Look At Your Own Body.
For decades, X-radiation has allowed doctors and scientists to see ailments in the body. Whether it’s finding where the exact break of a bone is or finding an illness such as cancer, this technology has been life-changing.
Hugh Turvey uses this technology to scan the body and turning it into works of art. The Brit describes his medium as “xogram,” a marriage of photography and x-ray where he often gives his images colour to enhance the experience.
The artist-in-residence at the British Institute of Radiology admits he sees the world different from everyone else. “I view most of the world around me in terms of how I imagine it is internally and how it would look if we were to try and x-ray it,” explains Turvey.
Boxing gloves provide no real protection in a fight.
Femme Fatale is Turvey's wife foot.
This family is on vacation in Paris.
Turvey has worked for the British Institute of Radiology since 2009.
The artist has also created an app, X is for X-ray, an educational tool for kids.
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