The Anatomy Of Toys

The Anatomy Of Toys

For the most part, toys are taken for granted. They’re bought, they’re played with. When they’re broken, they get tossed out in favour of new ones. It’s time someone takes the time to appreciate toys. With x-ray. Sydney-based commercial photographer Brendan Fitzpatrick has done just that — using x-ray as is “invisible light” to photograph toys, contrasted with various colours — revealing the intricate mazes of wiring, motors and batteries. Hit his website to view more of his work.

Definitely geeky.

What toys did you play with when you were young? One of these?

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