December 2009

Street Anatomy Turns 3!

Dancing skeletons

It’s been 3 years since Street Anatomy first started as a small blog on medical illustration and grew into one of the only blogs showcasing anatomy in art on the Internet. Over the years we’ve attracted enthusiastic contributors and have… Read More »Street Anatomy Turns 3!

Ben Tolman

Ben Tolman

Looking at Ben Tolman’s work you’d never guess that he grew up in a family of “super-hard-core” Mormons…or maybe you would.  He spent his childhood “doodling demons, ghouls, and a grab bag of creepy-crawlies in his many sketchbooks.”  Now he… Read More »Ben Tolman

Skull Light

Add some charm to your home with this skull light from Mixko!  Ruiz should have this no doubt.

Dan Baldwin & Hush

Ahhh some amazing street art by amazing artists Dan Baldwin and Hush.  Dan uses a ton of anatomy in his work, and is inspired by life, nature, war, death and basically everything around him.  Hush’s style uses Anime combined with… Read More »Dan Baldwin & Hush

Kate MacDowell

Wow is an understatement. These GORGEOUS porcelain sculptures were hand crafted by sculptor Kate MacDowell. I highly recommend checking out her whole collection on her site. It’s amazing, I wanted to post so many images but I limited myself to… Read More »Kate MacDowell

Yum Yum.

Thank you Benoit Levac for documenting these body parts and reminding us of the meat packing industry!  But for those of us who’d rather settle for green beans and chic peas, it’s hard to deny the stopping power these images… Read More »Yum Yum.


Todd Bratrud’s new Nike SB shoes called Brain Wreck, includes brain stitching on the inside with cool design on the bottom too! [via burlesquedesign]    

An Orifice for Your Finger?

I am really not sure what inspired this, but Taiwanese designer, Yuyen Chang, has made brooches, pendants, and rings all mimicking human orifices. Seriously.