Lovely print created by freelance illustrator Randy Ortiz. Check out Randy’s step-by-step process at making this print on his site, damnthedesign.com. [via Who Killed Bambi?]
Gorgeous watercolors by Massachusetts-based artist and aspiring medical illustrator, Danny Quirk. Does this remind anyone else of Netter’s painterly style? Danny says of his work, My anatomical works combine classic poses, in dramatic chiaroscuro lighting, with a very contemporary twist…… Read More »Danny Quirk – Self-Dissections
Just in time for the holidaze, our favorite “You Are Here” letter press prints by Roll&Tumble Press are back in stock in our freshly revamped Street Anatomy store! 12” x 18” hand printed letterpress poster Five color hand carved lino… Read More »You Are Here Letter Press Prints in Stock
South Africa based artist, Hannalie Taute, created these anatomical pieces with dressmaking pattern paper, wool, string and images from old encyclopedias stitched in place. Love the style of that top stitched skull. [spotted by Hendrik]
Very intricate embroidery by visual artist and writer Andrea Dezsö. Cotton thread on white cotton canvas, 2004. [spotted by Pamela Daley]
Our lovely friend Noah Scalin of Skull-a-Day, recently designed this ornamental skull for a Kenneth Cole t-shirt in this seasons collection. I like how subtle the grey skull design looks against the dark shirt. It says, I like fancy skulls,… Read More »Noah Scalin for Kennith Cole
The Wellcome Collection if filled with some of the most interesting medical artifacts you will ever see. Seriously, Henry Wellcome collected some weird objects, just try and picture what an anti-masturbation device looks like for a man—yes it involves spikes.… Read More »Thom Atkinson: Wellcome Collection
Does anyone have any information on this anatomical fashion piece? Looks like it was worn down the runway. At first glance I thought it was wood, but it looks like a softer material. Any info would be greatly appreciated! … Read More »Identity of Delicate Anatomy Top?
Gorgeous work by Barcelona-based illustrator and motion grpahics artist, Javier Ramos. Click on the images above for a larger view to see the incredible detail put into his pieces.
A young artist from Spain, DeviantArt user Middernachtlopper used pencil, watercolor pencils and espresso coffee to recreate this piece from an old anatomy textbook.
[iframe width=”500″ height=”284″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/WDnV1S_4T3c?rel=0″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen] Brooklyn-based illustrator, Joe Fenton created this piece, titled The Lullaby in two months and filmed the entire process. It’s really mesmerizing to watch it from beginning to end! View more of Joe’s work on… Read More »Joe Fenton The Lullaby
Thomas Galad is a 3D animator who takes his knowledge of the human body and creates surreal paintings and drawing. [spotted by Henning]