Vesna Jovanovic, a visual artist with self proclaimed interests in science and perceptual phenomena, created this album cover for Chicago composer Dan Wallace. Wanting a medical-themed cover, Dan gave Vesna an MRI scan of his head. She then used it… Read More »Vesna Jovanovic’s MRI Album Cover for Composer Dan Wallace
Extremely talented Melbourne-based designer, Josip Kelava, created this book featuring the master illustrators of the 16–19th centuries. Josip says of the book, … it focuses on the illustrator William Cheseldon who was an English surgeon and teacher of anatomy, and who… Read More »BONE – Anatomy Illustrated
Wow. Words can’t describe how cool this is (especially given his process)! Jeremy Mayer has mastered the disassembling and reassembling of old typewriters into anatomical figures, both human and animal. The figures fit together seamlessly in an intricate, delicate, and yet also robust way. It seems like typewriters are the perfect… Read More »Anatomical Typewriter Sculptures by Jeremy Mayer
Artist and illustrator Ben Brown created these limited edition dead/undead masterpieces. Situated in Australia, Ben Brown seems to focus on the stylistic and colorful use of the comic book style. Along with the likes of Buddy Holly, James Dean, and… Read More »Dying For You to See Them
In 1993, a convicted murderer was executed. His body was given to science, segmented, and photographed for medical research. In 2011, we used photography to put it back together. 12:31 is a series of photographs by Croix Gagnon and photographed… Read More »The Visible Human Project Light Paintings
Prolific and extremely talented illustrator Sarah Goodreau created this little set of organs and anatomical illustrations. Having gone to undergrad with Sarah, I always admired her use of color and texture, the above being a great example. So I’m pleased as punch to see her doing… Read More »Anatomical Illustrations by Sarah Goodreau
Photography by Owen Silverwood There’s something fascinating to me about paper sculptures and the people who create them. The spatial thinking, dexterity, patience, craftsmanship, etc., is what I truly admire. England-based Kyle Bean, is a designer who specializes in creating… Read More »Kyle Bean’s Anatomical Paper Heart
Photo by Vanessa Ruiz Noticed this anatomical heart pasteup by street artist NACO while driving through the artsy Pilsen neighborhood in Chicago. He’s also been putting up Ninja Turtle pasteups around the city, which is awesome.
[UPDATED: SOLD OUT] Our favorite “You Are Here” letter press prints are back in stock at the Street Anatomy store for those that missed out the last time around! 12” x 18” hand printed five color letterpress print Hand set vintage metal… Read More »You Are Here Prints Back in Stock
Stockholm-based graphic designer/illustrator/typographer extraordinaire, Björn Johansson, has recently unveiled his latest anatomical typography project, Garamond Corpus. What began as an exploration into the literal nature of typeface anatomy, has turned into a truly cohesive anatomical deconstruction of typography. What I appreciate… Read More »Björn Johansson’s Garamond Corpus
The Cure by prominent New York based photographer Alex Cayley for the defunct Dutch Magazine.
Munich based tattoo shop Chaos Crew created a poster identifying newsworthy events from 2011. What makes this poster so special? It’s calfskin, and the art wasn’t screen printed or painted, but tattooed on! It’s a great concept—though it does make… Read More »Poster Made From Skin
London-based photographer, Cristiana Montis created this series of photographs based off of the manikins used in the Canterbury Christ Church University skills labs. Cristiana’s compositions create a sense of sadness and isolation around the manikins in each photograph. She says of… Read More »The Skills Room by Cristiana Montis