March, 2007

Introducing the Lung Ashtray+

Pretty, sleek, and elegant, this ashtray by Taiwanese tabletop design group, Finding Cheska, allows you to see your lungs fill...

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Henry Gray: the man behind anatomy+

Gray’s Anatomy has remained an educational icon for anatomy since it was first published in 1858 by Henry Gray. Almost...

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Scientific Visualization: An Explanation+

Felice Frankel, a judge for the Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge, and Graham Johnson, a Certified Medical Illustrator, take time...

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Origin of Street Anatomy+

Ever wondered why I named my blog Street Anatomy? I’ve always been a huge fan of street art. And I’m...

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Interview with David Bolinsky of XVIVO Scientific Animation+

Remember the Inner Life of the Cell? I had done a post a while back about John Liebler, the lead...

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Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge+

I recently mentioned in an earlier post that the Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge is off and running. I’m highly...

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The Digital Biomedical Illustration Handbook+

For those of you interested in pursuing medical illustration as a career this book is for you. It is a...

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Is that a scalpel in your bowel? An introduction to Medical-Legal Illustration+

With the increase in the number of malpractice and personal injury suits it’s becoming increasingly important to provide adequate visual...

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Interlude: Medical Visual+

I just had to post this stunning image by Bryan Christie. He is one of my favorite 3D illustrators out...

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Anatomical Studies of Cartoon Characters+

Have you ever wondered how Stewie from Family Guy can possibly support his gigantic head, or how Betty Boop is...

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