What would normally be intimate portrayals of couples holding each other close has been transformed into stark, almost eerie portraits by Japanese students and artists Ayako Kanda and Mayuka Hayashi. However there is an unspoken passion revealed in these x-ray portraits of couples that transcends any form of traditional imagery. The result is a series of ghostly white skeletons tangled in loving embraces.
Using an actual CT scan and x-ray machine, they photographed four couples revealing something more than what we would see in a doctor’s office. “X-ray images usually show the finite nature of our bodies composed only of matter,” say the duo. “But these couples portraits reveal a pulse that isn’t normally seen.”
I think the only thing that I’m actually disappointed about (about the 50th anniversary show, that is) would be that Rose wasn’t actually Rose Tyler; that Ten and Eleven didn’t see her; that we didn’t get any squishy fanfeels about TenToo and Rose.
David Tennant and Matt Smith are taking questions from Whovians who have traveled the world for the 50th Anniversary Celebration on an all new episode of The Graham Norton Show premiering Saturday November 23rd at 10pm/9c on BBC AMERICA.
Immediately following an encore of the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special, “The Day of The Doctor,” at 7pm ET, complete with exclusive Inside Looks from Matt & David, and the series premiere of Atlantis at 9pm ET.
The earth is slowing. Gravity is slacking off. My mic is floating.
Radio waves are reacting strangely to the loss of gravity, the change in magnetism as the earth slows. So, if you are having difficulty receiving this message, we apologise, but… won’t do anything about it. Doing things, right? Movement, y’know? Existing?