X Marks the Spot

Hugh Turvey is an Artist in Residence at the British Institute of Pathology working with new emerging technologies to produce colored x-rays which he calls Xograms.  According to Turvey the difference between his Xograms and photograms produced by early photographic pioneers is the frequency of the ‘light’ used to expose the ‘paper’.  Here are some striking examples of his work:     To see more examples go to http://www.xrayartist.com 

Colored x-ray of lovers kissing.  Credit:  Hugh Turvey/GUSTOIMAGES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Colored x-ray of lovers kissing. Credit: Hugh Turvey/GUSTOIMAGES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
American Football Credit: Hugh Turvey Gustoimages
Magic Rabbit Credit: Hugh Turvey/GustoImages/Science Photo Library

Hugh Turvey/Gustoimages/Science Photo Library
Velodrome action Credit: Hugh Turvey/Gustoimages/SPL
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