January 2012


Frank Scali Anastomosis

Illustrator, dissector, and physician, Dr. Frank Scali, created this piece inspired by the anatomical definition of anastomosis. Scali says of his piece, “The female portrays the superficial venous blood flow, the male depicts deep arterial blood flow. Together they form… Read More »Anastomosis

[IN] Human

Luis Pedraza IN Human spine

Beautifully energetic spine by Madrid-based illustrator, Luis Pedraza. View more of Luis’s work via Behance.    


Christian Gonzenbach Mortadella

Mortadella, 2006 85 x 67 x 4 cm ultrachrome print laminated on acrylic If only all processed meats came in this shape, perhaps we’d be less inclined to eat them. Swiss contemporary artist, Christian Gonzenbach formed this piece of morbid… Read More »Mortadella

STUNTKID’s Deadlips


Mesmerizing time lapse video of the digital art technique of Jason Levesque.  Jason, aka Stuntkid, is a Norfolk, VA based illustrator and photographer who’s anatomically themed work has appeared before here on Street Anatomy. I’ve been noticing more artists doing… Read More »STUNTKID’s Deadlips

Maskull Lasserre

Maskull Lasserre Four Foot Length

With a name like Ma’skull’, it is no doubt that my fellow Albertan has an eye for anatomy. Seeing the potential in everyday objects, Lasserre intricately carves anatomical figures so accurately it’s as though he is excavating them rather than… Read More »Maskull Lasserre