We’ve featured the stunning anatomical typography diagrams of Andreas Scheiger before on Street Anatomy. This time, Andreas has taken the dissections a step further by exploring the anatomy of typography in 3D form. We’re left with sculptures of half dissected letters standing bold, yet exposed. He uses powder-coated MDF, polymer clay, chicken bones, corals & shells, thread, wire, acrylics and clear varnish to achieve the effect of bone and muscle.
View more of Andreas’ evolutions of typography on his Behance portfolio.
Browse other forms of anatomical typography in our Typography section!
[spotted by April via Typegoodness]