“The story of a man who takes his skin off for his girlfriend, and why it probably wasn’t the best idea…” He Took His Skin Off For Me is an adaptation of an original short story by award-winning writer Maria Hummer. It is a story about the sacrifices we make for the person we love… Read More »He Took His Skin Off For Me Film Release
Tokyo based illustrator, Kazha Imura, places her naked body at the center of each delicate piece for this series titled, “Phrases”. They are dreamlike self portraits that you might not notice are half photograph, half illustration. Each piece exudes a tranquility and despair in stark black and white contrast. Kazha’s… Read More »Kazha Imura – Pools of Sorrow
A campaign against racism composited and digitally retouched by Ecuador-based digital compositor, David Vargas. We all pretty much look the same underneath—except for natural anatomical variations and anomalies, of course…
Texas based illustrator, Ken Tackett takes what looks to be a quick energetic sketch and turns it into a surprisingly tight vector. Throw in some bold colors and gritty texture and his final pieces take on a fun, if not morbid, personality. I especially enjoy the Stickman Anatomy up… Read More »Ken Tackett’s Quirky Anatomy
We’ve been following the stunning sculptures of Hedi Xandt since last year when we posted an overview of his work. His latest sculpture, titled “Bodilisk II – Acheron,” is an écorché style creature clutching a gold heart. Hedi states that his classical sculptures, “show the dark side of a beauty that is considered… Read More »Hedi Xandt’s Bodilisk II
The City of Buenos Aires advocates the benefits of biking through these simple anatomical designs. I love biking and couldn’t agree more on the benefits! Get in shape without eating the stuff that people who get in shape eat. Better by bike. via Ads of the World
Another explosive anatomical piece by my favorite street artist NYCHOS. Love those little flying kidneys. I just bought this print to add to our private Street Anatomy art collection and couldn’t be more excited to own a piece by NYCHOS! You can also buy one of these limited edition prints over at… Read More »NYCHOS – Human Explosion
NastPlas, a creative duo based in Madrid, created this series of unraveling heads, titled “SINAIS.” NastPlas’s work combines digital art with abstract patterns, making each piece energetic and intriguing. They also infuse many of their pieces with scientific and anatomical imagery. Take a look through their prolific portfolio at nastplas.com and Behance!
The Black Keys go anatomical, featuring a heart in hand in a recent gig poster for their Turn Blue World Tour. Created by the extraordinary Michigan based studio, The Silent Giants.
Caracas based designer and illustrator, Laura Facci, created this fun and detailed anatomical alphabet for a school project while attending the Design Institute of Caracas. The anatomical personality of each letter makes you want to spend time exploring each one. I especially love the tongue piercing in the toothy B. Which… Read More »Laura Facci’s Human Anatomy Alphabet
Clean lines and sharp detail on this new histology series represent the otherwise dirty job of digestion. We’re excited to announce the release of the Anatomy of Digestion series on the Street Anatomy Store! This is a unique range of fine china illustrating the anatomy and histology of the digestive system. These straight… Read More »Histology as Design: The Anatomy of Digestion Fine China Collection
Italian artist Nunzio Paci composes his paintings as if they were in a dissection atlas, adding scribbled notes and inserting surgical tool-clad hands. But he also integrates elements of nature in such a subtle manner that you might miss them at first. The anatomy is such a deep gritty color, contrasting against the… Read More »Nunzio Paci – Arterial Roots
Not much is known about the artist who goes by FFO Art other than he or she uses anatomy extensively in collage and Art Nouveau inspired art. This artist does not care if their art is shared without attribution and only recently started signing work at the request of their growing… Read More »Female Anatomical Art Nouveau
A longtime follower of Street Anatomy, French sculptor Simon Tourneboeuf recently shared his transformations of human anatomy into functional wooden sculptures. Thus the skull becomes a mortar, the arm a lamp, the clavicle a deadly knife, all giving a unique take on the concept of functional anatomy. Each wooden tool seamlessly… Read More »Simon Tourneboeuf – Arm Lamps, Clavicle Knives, and Beyond
A series of print ads and posters art directed by Hamburg-based designer, Andreas Haase. The ads were created to promote the Prometheus atlases published by Thieme (my favorite creator of anatomy and medical texts). They use professional photographs of real medical students overlaid medical illustrations from the atlases. This is… Read More »Medical Students Modeling Beautiful Anatomy