Designed to looked like actual X-rays these bare bones calendars are actually a brilliant marketing campaign by EIZO, a Japanese company that manufactures medical displays for the examination and diagnosis of radiographs (i.e., X-rays). EIZO says their intention is to break the taboo that pin-up calendars are only for craftsmen.
If the models seem similar, it’s because they were pieced together from individual bone X-rays since receiving full-body X-rays would deliver a deadly dose to any would-be model.
The calendars are only being distributed to medical professionals but due to popular demand, the company is considering making the calendar available to the general public in 2011. Until then enjoy some scans.