Tag Archives: anatomical

Tiptoe’s Bed of Skulls

17 Dec

The guys at Street Anatomy say Tiptoe is one of their favourite street artists and I thoroughly agree.

 

 

Self Dissections

24 Nov

A beautiful take on anatomical art from Danny Quirk and his series entitled Self Dissections (via who killed bambi).

“My anatomical works combine classic poses, in dramatic chiaroscuro lighting, with a very contemporary twist… illustrating what’s underneath the skin, and the portrayed figure dissects a region of their body to show the structures that lay beneath.”

Wax Syphilis

14 Nov

Wax Syphilis

I would love to get to visit the Museum of Anatomical Wax but I guess, for now, I will just have to blog about it… Some background:

With cadavers difficult to acquire and preserve, wax models became important to students and practitioners of anatomy. They aimed to reproduce the human body in a form as complete and true to nature as possible. A mixture of wax from bees and other insects was used to make realistic models which were also fully pliable. Parts of the model could often be taken out to allow students to look inside, or manipulate individual parts. In some ways they were superior to real bodies as an educational tool, because specific structures or systems of the body could be highlighted (and, of course, unlike cadavers, they did not decompose).

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Hitler Foetus

23 Sep

I came across the work of Alexandre Nicolas as he encased a brain in plastic but it was the range of foetus sculptures that really struck me! The Hitler shock factor out of the way I think the superhero ones are really cute!






(my favourite)


Anatomical shoes

13 Sep

Pray silence please for the amazing anatomical shoes of Kermit Tesoro – and yes you can buy online :-D 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gunter von Haagen Dazs

8 Sep

The Art of Bleeding are amazing – will be posting a LOT about them in the future but for now enjoy this video they made:

Anatomically correct marzipan

2 Sep

As regular readers know I can not speak highly enough of Helga’s astonishing work, and am so exited she is taking part in The Edible Autopsy. Anyway she kindly sent me some images of her latest work to share with you all (the sheep head makes me feel sick). Helga Petrau-Heinzel ROCKS!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gutted chair

30 Aug

Can anyone let me know the artist behind this chair?..

Blood Testing Made Simple

28 Aug

Another awesome post from Street Anatomy featuring the incredible anatomical tattoos of Professor Richard Sawdon Smith and the process of being tattooed alongside the process of drawing blood.

I’m suffering from Computerosis

29 Mar

Series of adverts from a campaign called the Pathology Of Inactive Life (via Street Anatomy)

Advertising Agency: Frank, Bucharest, Romania
Creative Director: Teodor Cucu
Art Director: Irina Chira
Copywriter: Adrian Dragan, Maria Ionescu
Illustrator: Alex Talamba
Strategic planner: Ioana Tomescu
Published: February 2011

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