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Palabrium Proves 'Brainscans' Aren't Always a Bummer

 - Jun 6, 2009   Updated: Jul 18 2011
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This unusual photo set was shot by Kenneth Sortland Myklebust of Palabrium and is called 'Brainscans.' Getting a brain scan is a traumatic experience for some, but the models in these photos prove that this medical procedure isn't always a bummer.

Click through the gallery above to see some of the maniacal poses Kenneth Sortland Myklebust gets his models to pull off for 'Brainscans.' Wonder if they were on any meds...

Implications - Consumers in contemporary society are attracted to products that feature an element of shock. Designs that push the limits on conventionality are appealing to those who want to differentiate themselves from their fellow shoppers. Companies trying to stay on the cutting edge could focus on this abstract element when creating their items.