Often when you picture x-rays, you typically don't picture them in color, however talented artist Roy Livingston has created a photo series that captures stunning industrial design elements with technicolor x-ray prints.
Livingston takes photos of all sorts of interesting objects, from robots to radios, using electromagnetic radiation to reveal the color within each. The images are simply breathtaking as they showcase various layers of bright, rainbow hues layered within various objects. The process is miticulous, beginning with an analogue x-ray that is then scanned onto a computer with the resolution increased to show off the colors and details of the object. Some of Livingston's pieces include things like toy guns, robot dolls and even old cameras highlighting the inner mechanisms of objects as the focal point.
Technicolor X-Ray Photography
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