Thursday, January 6, 2011

x-rayted image

Before the year gets too old I had to show you this image from a calendar produced last year for deserving clients in the medical industry by a German company called Eizo. I'm pretty sure they aren't real x-rays but the images are pretty memorable.

Of course, it could just be a government plot to encourage cultural acceptance of full-body scanners at airports. Have you noticed nobody's talking about that in the news anymore?

:-)

10 comments:

Francis Hunt said...

The ultimate result of the whole WikiLeaks trend - complete transparency ... :-D

jams o donnell said...

Woor look at the sternum on her!!!
Seriously I like it!

Pagan Sphinx said...

It's weird.

Liberality said...

Sometimes when I'm out in society I think of everyone's brain walking around with a body to hold it. then I think I'm going off the deep end ;~)

but this is something else!! lol

Randal Graves said...

Gives 'undress me' a whole new meaning.

gfid said...

medi-porn? i'm trying NOT to imagine a hot love scene in moving xray.

actually, i think, from an aesthetic perspective, it's fascinating (the still image) could be really fun to play with..... different accessories, postures use of evidence of old injuries in the image...... must follow the link.

Nancy said...

Very cool pic! I wonder why they aren't talking about it anymore? Are we that easily swayed? We didn't encounter any in our holiday travels - just the usual.

Lisa said...

Between the photo, your words and the comments, I don't even know what to say. Except that I like the photo for its transparent quality.

Those shoes have to go though.

susan said...

francis - Really, there's no place to hide anything here :-)

jams - Do you want to buy her a drink?

pagan sphinx - She may be a little overexposed.

liberality - Don't worry until you start imagining a tiny person with a steering wheel inside the brain :-)

randal - How would you get your hands on her?

gfid - Pearls would be interesting :-) I hope you followed the link for more views.

nancy - I think people's heads are spinning but one day they'll stop, look around and say 'no'. Glad you had no troubles.

lisa - There's nothing like shedding a little Roentgen on the matter. Yes, high heels are obviously bad for her posture :-)

La Belette Rouge said...

I had all kinds of x-rated "bone" jokes come to mind when I saw this.