How do you X-ray a plane? Artist Nick Veasey X-rays the impossible ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Nick Veasey A spectral Boeing 777, said to be the largest X-ray image ever produced, was pieced together from 500 separate exposures. Nick Veasey "These pictures have to be beautiful or they’re not worth doing. They have to connect on an emotional level," says Nick Veasey. -Nick Veasey Guns "are death machines, horrible things, but when you X-ray them they are beautiful," says Veasey. Nick Veasey Veasey says, "One thing I don’t like working with, funnily enough, is the human form. I’m more interested in inanimate things." Nick Veasey "I love X-ray, the geek in me likes seeing what’s inside things, how they work, what’s hidden away."