Brendan Fitzpatrick's Floral X-Rays Series is Fragilely Futuristic

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 29, 2012 • References: brendanfitzpatrick & thisiscolossal
Flowers may already be very beautiful and delicate-looking, but the Floral X-rays photo series takes this aesthetic up a notch. As its name suggests, this photo shoot revolves around stunning x-rays of flowers. It turns these pretty plants into two dimensional, transparent versions of their former selves.

Shot by Singapore-based fine art photographer Brendan Fitzpatrick, the Floral X-rays photo series demonstrates his affinity for mixed media collages and science fiction illustrations in addition to photography. The Floral X-rays series is fragilely futuristic and artistically rendered. It also embodies the photographer's appreciation for the art form's stillness and dynamism. Using a digital x-ray system to capture the images, Fitzpatrick then edited and color corrected them in Photoshop. Stats for Transparent Flower Photography Trending: Older & Mild
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