This book offers a fascinating opportunity to literally view the world inside out. Each page presents an object, person or animal as seen through the X-ray lens, penetrating to the very core of physical matter. The wealth of diverse and appealing subject-matter includes humans, buildings, forms of transport, animals, food and technology. Combined with each image are intriguing facts that shed light on both the X-rayed object and the X-ray process itself. This title offers an engrossing visual feast that is perfect for curious young minds.
Nick Veasey is a self-taught, multiple award-winning photographer, who works with clients from all over the world. His studio is a converted Cold War RADAR station situated at the highest point in Kent, England. His X-ray photography has been commissioned by many of the world's leading companies and his work featured in Time magazine, the New York Times, New York Daily News, Daily Mail, Guardian, Sydney Morning Herald and Die Zeit. Articles published on Veasey's work have appeared in the Creative Review, IDN (International Design News) and Black Book magazine. Nick lives near Maidstone, Kent. He wears lead underpants.