The styles here represent the prosperity of the post war years when the cold war, space-race influenced the concept of modernity. GM and Ford created a range of space-age, aircraft design, inspired prototypes .
The Corvette Sting Ray, is perhaps the culmination of this period, with Corvette stylist, Bill Mitchell’s XP-87 forming the basis of the classic Sting Ray, one of the few cars in history to go into production without losing something of the impact of the prototype.
Not many photographers need a linear accelerator. But Nick Veasey isn't your average shutterbug. Instead of tweaking f-stops and light boxes, he fine-tunes the speed and frequency of energy pulses emitted by a Russian-made tabletop particle turbocharger. That's because Veasey doesn't work with traditional cameras and film — he works with x-rays.
A while back, I wrote about why there are no green stars in the sky (you should read that post first; some of the concepts below are explained there). But that’s not to say there are no green objects in space. There are!