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Common cockles, by Nick Veasey, who “uses x-ray technology to create mesmerizing and intriguing art”.
I remember being in an orthopedic unit, I think at Mass General which was decorated with a number of x-ray art mountings. Very interesting medium.
This is even better: Steven Meyers X-Ray photographs of flowers… amazing beautiful stuff.
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