Steven N. Meyers has turned X-ray images of flowers and plants into fine art. He write on his webpage that the earliest Floral Radiographs was created over 70 years ago. But few practice it today. I don't know if he still works on this (his webpage hasn't been updated since 2009), but hope to see more along this line, because these delicate black and white photos sure would look good in homes of any age or style!

~~ Steven N Meyers: Floral radiographs, X-ray images of flowers & plants developed into fine art

Rene Rickabaugh  Flower Dance     2009   watercolor, transparent ink on clay board  25.5" x 21.5"

Rene Rickabaugh (Portland, Oregon) Flower Dance 2009 watercolor, transparent ink on clay board x

Preview: Yellena James’s “Radiance” at LeQuiVive Gallery | Hi-Fructose Magazine

Yellena James explores a wildly flourishing imaginary ecosystem in her solo show “Radiance,” opening at LeQuiVive Gallery in Oakland on January While paintings of flowers are tradit…

Vidéo I Sophie Jaton graphic  designer

Vidéo I Sophie Jaton graphic designer

La forêt aux sentinelles

La forêt aux sentinelles

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http//:www.sophiejaton.ch

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