Cool ass poster by Steve Walter’s Screwball Press in good ole Chicago!
Enough said. [via ontd]
This Innerspace inspired illustration was created by Elliott Quince for the Smart car “Out Smart” book project. This is a project where top illustrators get to create their take on this amazing little car that I really want to have, the Smart car. The final website launch will be up… Read More »Smart Car
Jake and Dinos Chapman are brothers who collaborate on art that frequently deals with questions of sexuality, violence, and what I would call historical re-imaginings. In 2008 they had an exhibition titled “If Hitler Had Been a Hippy How Happy Would We Be”, which not only put on display a… Read More »The Chapman Brothers
In 2009, more than 12 million people wanted something enhanced, taken out, smoothed, or tucked. Here’s an awesome Good and Hyperakt infographic that shows the most popular forms of cosmetic surgery to the human body. Yay for clay!
Jason Freeny, whose work will be featured in the upcoming Street Anatomy show, made this custom anatomical Dunny. If you hurry, you can buy it on eBay!
It’s finally here, the first Street Anatomy group gallery show! STREET ANATOMY a group exhibition focusing on representations of human anatomy in contemporary art and pop culture September 3 – November 19 OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, September 3, 5:00 – 9:00 p.m. International Museum of Surgical Science 1524 North Lake Shore… Read More »STREET ANATOMY Group Gallery Show
Pianofuzz is a design firm located in Brazil with the intention of “realizing concepts and expanding possibilities, regardless of its surface, printed or virtual.” While most of their work is not anatomically based or inspired, they do have this awesome typographic set made up of various things including human parts.… Read More »Pianofuzz
Tom Sale aka Pinky Diablo is a Texas artist whose fascination with skulls translates into some beautiful, intricate, and at times funny pieces. Pinky makes skull shaped spoons out of vintage silverplate that are available to purchase for $45 each. You can order a custom spoon, or take a chance… Read More »“Love your skeleton—she’s what holds you up!” Pinky Diablo
Clayton Cubitt has created this photographic series called ‘Raw Flesh’ which features models wearing meat on their bodies, and was part of a cover feature for a 2008 issue of Zink Magazine. It looks to me to be playing on gendered objectification in the fashion industry…but that may be a… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: Raw Flesh
Anders Krisar is a Swedish photographer and sculptor. Many of his sculptures depict portions of the human body separate from the whole, and also with various indentations and transformations. The above arm has to be my favorite of his pieces. It is simultaneously painful and beautiful. It also speaks more… Read More »Anders Krisar
Bodysong is a film that was created in 2003 that basically shows the process of human life (womb to tomb) without any dialogue. The entire soundtrack was done by Radiohead!
EM over at Merit Badger made this delightful new poster for Julia Robert’s latest film, Eat Pray Love, re-imagined as Eat Brains Love. Personally, I would see this version. It looks like it won’t be shot entirely in soft lighting and the thought of Zombie Roberts nomming on James Franco’s… Read More »Eat Brains Love
This in-hospital poster campaign was designed for Organ Donation at the AUB Medical Center. I love the headline treatments! Agency: JWT Dubai // Art Director: Nizar Swailem // Copywriter: Ash Chagla // Digital Illustrator: Nabil Kamara [via Behance]
I am not particularly a fan of the Saw franchise. Friends begged me to see the second one with them, and although I had never seen the first, I finally agreed. I laughed through most of the ridiculous movie. I also hate stories with killers who apparently have high morals… Read More »Saw in Heart-Pounding 3D