Anatomy in Art

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ANATOMY in the STREETS – Roundup 3+

The past few months have been full of incredible anatomical street art. So much so that it’s been difficult to...

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Anatomy Vessels by Zhivko Terziivanov+

Bulgarian 3D illustrator, Zhivko Terziivanov creates delightful renderings infused with anatomy. I only wish these were real models! View all of his...

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The Growth of Microbial Art+

There are 3 books hanging out on my coffee table that I’m currently enjoying: 10% human, Tiny creatures and Bio Art....

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Pseudo-Mysticism of Lexi Ames+

A student of biology and studio art, Lexi Ames says that “Art and science share a paramouric existence in my...

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Inspired by Tibetan Thangkas+

Tibetan thangka’s inspired New York city based illustrator Kevin Hong to create his own anatomical charts. Thangkas, especially anatomical thangkas,...

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Supervenus – An Anatomical Journey Through Perfection+

Supervenus is a humorous, if not tragic, view into contemporary female beauty standards. Experimental filmmaker, Frederic Doazan and sound editor, Vandy Roc created...

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Bodily Matters: Art made from Humans+

Blood, semen, urine, faeces, tears, nasal mucus, breast milk, skin, bone and even cremated human ashes have all formed media...

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Have You Seen This Heart?+

The chances are that your answer to that question is yes. If you look at as many anatomical inspired works...

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A Curious Bestiary+

Melbourne based artist Kaitlin Beckett creates chimerical creatures who often harness anatomical, medical and musical elements. Kaitlin uses a variety...

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Your Anatomy During an Ultramarathon+

I recently watched Desert Runners on Netflix. It tells the story of these non-professional runners who not only choose to run ultramarathons, but...

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We Travel the Body in Red and Blue+

Bogotá based photographer Paola Rojas and illustrator David Pérez collaborated on this stunning project titled Visceral. In their combined forces we see the body-centric photography...

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Choclatomy+

    Just when I thought I’ve seen every type of mashup of anatomy with something, I stumble upon Choclatomy. That’s...

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Michel El Hachem’s Skeletal Strokes+

Michel Hachem captures the expression of a skeleton through the energetic process of adding and removing strokes. Michel says that he...

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The Elegance of Muscle+

There’s something so beautiful about muscle fibers. But we’re used to seeing them in their classic muscle architecture—fusiform, parallel, bipennate, etc. What...

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Vivien Martineau’s Levels of Complexity+

There’s something nostalgic and storybook-like to the biological illustrations of Vivien Martineau. She created a project titled, Levels of Complexity’ in...

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