Where form meets function

Nick Veasey has created some striking images for The Macallan.

Shooting with an X-ray machine rather than with a traditional camera, British photographer Nick Veasey produces surprising, visually enchanting work that begs the observer to think about what’s under the surface. With more than twenty years of experimental experience, the TED speaker’s fascinating body of work spans subjects from insects and flowers to cars and even airplanes, each broken down to expose its raw inner components. Veasey’s next project finds him putting his graphic images on whisky bottles as part of a collaboration with The Macallan.

Via Cool Hunting. More images after the jump.

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