I am obbssed – determined to find a sponsor so we the Eat Your Heart Out gang can create a life sized replica of this skeleon in chocolate bones.
So if you have a spare $150,000 – $250,000 lying about then this Sotheby’s auction listing might be for you. This is only 11cm long but already day dreaming about a life-sized solid gold one…
Fully articulated human skeleton in a velvet-lined coffin chased around on each side with three panels showing the course of life, one end with attributes of the arts, the other with attributes of war, the removable cover with the journey in the footsteps of the Angel of Death, surrounded by the faces of infants alternately laughing and crying.
Knitted bird skeletons (!), and lace (!), in black (!) is almost too much for me to take, and as a bonus this to die for cardigan is affordable too. On sale at Dolls Kill which is a site I love despite the fact I am probably far too old for most of their clothes but sod it.
Too Fast Bird Skeleton Lace Front Cardigan is lace in the front with a party in back. Fool everyone into thinking you’re a fancy chick with the lace front, and then freak them out with the back. Bird skeletons and skulls hanging out on the back for an extra freaky detail. So rad. Cropped fit with buttons down the front. Ruffled bottom trim. Throw this on with a bodycon dress and finish the look with stacked rosary necklaces.
So proud of my friend Emily Evans in producing this range of Histology plates.
In case you were wondering what Histology is:
The study of the microscopic anatomy of cells and tissues. Tissue sections are stained and examined under a microscope.
Michelle Spear, Clinical Anatomist at Cambridge University, (originally a Histologist) provided the original images for these plates to Emily, preparing slides of various human tissues which she then stained and scanned in for the project.
The plates are 19” bone china cake plates, available in 8 different human tissue designs.
The EYHO 2012 images from Nathan Pask are ready, hope you like them?! Nathan’s strong and unique approach to food photography – he comes from a mainly fashion photography background – have always been a major part of the EYHO brand success which is why I am delighted we managed to get these shots despite lack of a sponsor. HUGE thanks for the whole team in believing in my strange vision and helping me make this possible.
Photographer: Nathan Pask
Photo assistants: Andras Bartok, George Newton
Wardrobe Stylist: Katie Antoniou
Stylist assistant: Lucy Nicholls
Make-up Artist: Emma Alexandra Watts
Hair Stylist: Holly Rudge
Models: Miss Cakehead, Emily Evans, Carla Valentine
With thanks to Steph at SNAP Studios.