Artwork made out of x-ray mages is now on display at Process Gallery in Kent, a new museum located in southern England.
The art is the brainchild of 56-year-old Nick Veasey, an artist and photographer who owns the museum, according to a new report from Reuters.
“My work is a statement against superficiality,” Veasey said. “It shows how things are made and what they truly exist of. There’s no photoshop, airbrushing, it’s just a real forensic investigation.”
Process Gallery in Kent opened on Nov. 15. More information about the museum, which is free to the public, is available on its website.
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