Here’s a fun and kind of creepy mannequin image by Jacob Wilen.
A very striking photo manipulation by Italian designer Alessandro Ingusci.
Nice 4 leg-ed table by Dzmitry Samal. [via designspotter]
The classic Breton nautical sweater received a subtle anatomical twist when the designers over at Sibling London asked to use Noah Scalin’s Skulladelic design for their upcoming collection. If you don’t know by now, Noah is the creator of the… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: Skulledelic Breton
Here’s a fun, graphic GigPoster by Benjamin Thomson.
Anatomical heart stencil by Pampero STNCL. Para Yenny. See more anatomical street art at our Anatomical Street Art group on Flickr.
Hannah Stouffer is a California-based illustrator with some really unique work which includes iPhone skins, sneaker prints, and wall decals. This Mermaid Skeleton decal print above for $60 is perfect for new lovers, mermaid lovers. [via CoolHunting]
Katerina Orlikova takes the Baskerville typeface and expertly crafts into animal skeletons. I love that you don’t really get a sense that the bones are really typographical elements until you start looking closely at the details. And the slight blur… Read More »Typographical Animal X-Rays by Katerina Orlikova
Cross stitching has never been so fun! Kevin Hsiu claims this work of art made his grandma quite proud! Yay Kevin. [via Behance]
London-based jewelry designer, Gisele Ganne, creates mourning jewelry combining elements of old Victorian era customs with a contemporary Haute Couture twist. But, according to Gisele, mourning isn’t just about death, “…it is also about dead relationships and decaying marriages. Today,… Read More »Gisele Ganne: Mourning Jewelry