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Современный художник Benedetta Bonichi

Now this is my kind of dinner party: ~creepy~ and Photo by Benedetta Bonichi.

Dutch physicist-artist Arie van’t Riet's stunning colored X-ray images of nature that he calls ‘Bioramas.’ Riet first began creating bioramas when a friend asked him to X-ray one of his paintings. The result was so compelling that Riet decided to keep experimenting. From tulips to turtles, Riet photographs these objects using silver bromide X-ray film (similar to a black and white negative) after which he digitizes, inverts, and then colorizes parts of the image in Photoshop.

Beautiful Colored X-Ray Photographs of Plants and Animals

Physicist Arie van't Riet shot and colorized X-ray images of flowers, animals and insects, calling his works bioramas. He likes to recreate .

Anna's Hummingbird 12 x 6 lithograph | CShoresInc - Print on ArtFire

Anna's Hummingbird 12 x 6 lithograph

This x lithograph is based on an original watercolor by Carolyn Shores Wright. The image is one of many hummingbirds with flowers she has painted over the years.

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An x-ray of a plant, taken by British artist and photographer Hugh Turvey in London, England. (Photo by Hugh Turvey/SPL/Barcroft Media)

An x-ray of a plant, taken by British artist and photographer Hugh Turvey. Amazing shots by x-ray artist Hugh Turvey (© BARCROFT MEDIA/SPL/Hugh Turvey)

Golden Tulips Art Print by Albert Koetsier at Art.com

Golden Tulips