Project 12:31 by Photographer Frank Schott and Director Croix Cagnon is a (in my opinion) creepy but super intriguing project utilizing imaging from the cadaver of a convicted murderer.  The body was given to science after the murderer’s execution in 1993.

While thoroughly skincrawling, it’s speaks to the ability for art and creativity to tackle all things, including existential and metaphysical questions.  Making a murderer’s dead body appear as ghosts floating through trees (and springing from a computer screen), speaks for itself as to its imagery and metaphor.