Artistic interpretation of an Electric Guitar X-ray. X-rays use electromagnetic radiation to produce images. Electric Guitars, use electromagnetic induction to convert the vibrations of the metal strings into electric signals. These in turn fed to an amplified loudspeaker to produce the unique sound of an electric guitar. Originally conceived in 1931, the electric guitar is synonymous with rock and roll music and countless other genres. X-rays are able to penetrate solid objects, and then images can be captured on specialised photographic plates or by modern computer radiography. The artwork here is not an actual X-ray, but my interpretation of what an X-ray would reveal.
Art and design has interested me since an early age, so much so that art class was the one lesson at school i genuinely looked forward to every week. After school and university I had the fortune to be able continue my passion, working as a senior designer at Conde Nast Publications in London. After an exhilarating 12 years I bid farewell to my job and England, and moved a couple of thousand miles south to Spain. I now dedicate myself full time to my artistic pursuits in the tranquil and idyllic surroundings of a Mediterranean coastal village. All artwork is copyright of Michael Tompsett. Copyright does not transfer with purchase of products.
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