Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo is a graphic designer, illustrator and film maker currently residing in Granada, Spain. His prints and other products are available for purchase at Society6 and ArtFlakes. He doesn’t have a ton of anatomy related work, but he does seem to be keen on the side profile. Anatomy… Read More »Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo
Clone Chaise, 2005 Electroluminescent display, sequencing electronics, acrylic, steel 600 x 750 x 1850 mm This anatomical luminous lounger, of which only 6 were made, was created by British designer Sam Buxton. The lounger can actually detect someone’s presence, lighting up when someone is near. As the individual interacts with… Read More »Clone Chaise
Heidi Klum is known for going all out for her favorite holiday, Halloween. This year she’s donning a hand-painted anatomical suit by designer Martin Izquierdo when she hosts a Halloween party at TAO Nightclub at the Venetian in Las Vegas. If you watch the video, she says she wants it… Read More »Heidi Klum’s Color Anatomy
Sarah Yakawonis, a Portland based artist and designer, has created these and many more anatomical delights using a technique called quilling. According to Wikipedia, quilling refers to “the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to create decorative designs. The paper is wound around a… Read More »Sarah Yakawonis – Anatomical Quilling
For those of you without a costume yet, I thought I would provide a few inspirational Street Anatomy approved ideas. I’ve been REALLY wanting to do the Day of the Dead inspired one, all scary yet enticing. I have to find the right sequins/flowers/outfit. Sadly, none of them have instructions,… Read More »A Little Halloween Inspiration
Bonni Reid, another Canadian lady like myself, is a Vancouver based artist, designer, and animation colour stylist. Her style seems to mesh the mechanics of the external world with the mechanics of the inner world: the anatomy and the psychology. Her entire website is filled with little anatomical gems, from… Read More »Bonni Reid
Now I was blown away when I saw this. Philip Watts is a designer who specialises in metal, wood and glass, from full work surfaces to furniture. But there was one masterpiece I could not resist posting, his bespoke sculptural staircase in the style of a spine. Literally dripping with… Read More »Philip Watts Spine Staircase
Anatomical kitchen accessories are nothing new at Street Anatomy, and I truly believed I had seen it all. But Christine Chin seems to have taken it one step further with her Sentient Kitchen Series. Taking tips from nature’s most ingenious engineering, Christine examines biology and technology, creating the most perceptive… Read More »Sensitive Kitchenware
Joshua Harker’s beautifully intricate Crania Anatomica Filigre 3D printed skull has been circulating the Internet rapidly since he first launched the project on Kickstarter, the largest funding platform for creative projects in the world. Joshua’s goal—to explore if the crowdfunding platform is a functional & productive way to introduce art.… Read More »Crania Anatomica: 3 Days Left to Pledge
Rick Genest, aka Zombie Boy, has become a muse not only to famous fashion director, Nicola Formichetti, but now to world renown British sculptor, Marc Quinn. We’ve posted Zombie Boy multiple times here on Street Anatomy, but for those of you who don’t know, he has become famous for his… Read More »Zombie Boy at Frieze Art Fair 2011
Ernesto Yerena was the 2011 Racial Justice Poster Contest winner with this poster made from the heart. (I really love the rose being held by the Superior Vena Cava!) The contest is held by the Akonadi Foundation, a movement dedicated to abolishing structural racism and social inequality in the United… Read More »End Internalized Oppression
Brooklyn based artist Marni Kotak plans to give birth on stage at Microscope Gallery in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Her piece which includes an installation and video opened Oct 8 and runs until Nov 7. Tickets are being sold for an audience to witness the birth of Kotak’s child on stage. After… Read More »The Birth of Baby X
I want to extend a big thank you to Emily Evans, medical illustrator extraordinaire and the blogger behind Anatomy UK, for hosting Street Anatomy in London for the past week! She is an extremely talented and motivating individual that truly embraces what it is to be a medical illustrator. Take… Read More »Thank You Emily Evans of Anatomy UK!
Blender, a concept by Clemenger BBDO, is a reminder from Land Transport NZ to shift back into fourth and lighten that foot. Apparently, “the faster you go, the bigger the mess” Yikes.
Metem – “Despite of Opinions” EP Promo from ilovecut on Vimeo. This very House-like promo video was created by Cut a “network of independent people working in media.” Although I’ve seen this style done here and there, I still love how it brings those old anatomical illustrations, that we all… Read More »Metem – “Despite of Opinions”