Using Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and a standard set of x-rays, Dr. Super began to build a portfolio of artwork in a variety of colors. There were originally nine x-ray views which have since expanded to include x-rays used by podiatrists and dentists. Private commissions are designed using a practitioner's office colors in mind.
The x-rays are scanned into a computer and manipulated to produce the wonderful backgrounds, textures, and shapes, all of which interact to create stunning, one-of-a-kind works of art. Each piece is printed on either museum quality fine-art paper, acrylic, or stretched canvas. Pieces over 5 feet tall look fantastic in a waiting room, and definitely make a bold statement. Truly a welcome site to the generic and dated artwork often seen in offices around the world.
Canadian Chiropractic Magazine wrote an article about Dr. John Super, HERE it is...gives a little more insight into the process.
Here are some BEFORE and AFTER examples. An Orange A/P Cervical Spine, and a Brown Pelvis.