With an MA in Biomedical Communication from UT Southwestern and tremendous experience in the medical illustration/animation scene, James Archer is particularly sought after for his artistic style and approach to work. His 3D medical illustrations captivate the viewer with their diffuse… Read More »Interview with James Archer of Anatomy Blue
Damon Albarn, the man behind Gorillaz and Blur is releasing his first solo album titled, Everyday Robots. The entire creative direction for the album is in the hands of the superbly talented London menswear designer Aitor Throup, who also happens to be… Read More »Damon Albarn’s Cranial Scan Music Video for Everyday Robots
A very realistic eye rendered by digital artist Adnrey. See more of his amazing and incredible work at DeviantArt.
Argosy Publishing has made a dream come true for students and teachers wanting an easy to use, high quality, 3D interactive anatomy atlas. And the best part of all? It’s absolutely free. Other 3D atlases like A.D.A.M’s Interactive Anatomy ($695)… Read More »Under the Skin of Argosy’s Visible Body
The Cancer Society of Finland created nicely done interactive PSA that visualizes the effects of tobacco on the human body. Choose between a male or female and see that body split down the middle—the right side is that of a… Read More »Tobacco Body: Visualize the nasty effects of tobacco on the human body
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…
A very lifelike 3D piece, by character designer Adam Skutt. He created it using ZBrush and rendered it in Mental Ray for Maya. Reminds me of the 3D Dissection of Neck by Tsvetomir Georgiev that I posted many many years ago… Read More »Incredibly Lifelike Anatomical Study Using ZBrush
Bulgarian 3D illustrator, Zhivko Terziivanov creates delightful renderings infused with anatomy. I only wish these were real models! View all of his iconic work on dribbble.
Ukranian born Alexey Kashpersky, created this stunning, hyper-realistic 3D cadaver using ZBrush. The textures and rendering of the wet tissue are incredible! Depictions of cadavers has a long history in anatomical visualization and this piece reminds me of “The Anatomy of the… Read More »Alexey Kashpersky’s Hyper-Realistic 3D Cadaver
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… Read More »NastPlast’s Unraveling Heads
Upon visiting the Bodies Exhibition, New York based CGI artist and Digital Illustrator, Joon Lee had a revelatory experience. “All the intricate details of nervous and circulatory systems, mysterious organic shapes of muscles & organs, surprisingly vulnerable and fragile looking bones. … Read More »The Anatomy of CG TOKI
Wanting to visually represent the idea of protection through medical treatment and preventative measures, Nuremberg based creative studio Viaframe created this series of organs encased in beautiful white synthetic armor.
This is a fun campaign showing that the leading cause of death among people under 35 is not disease, but rather car accidents. The rendering is reminiscent of those plastic models used in classrooms, giving a playfully nostalgic feel for… Read More »Drive Safely Campaign: Cars in your blood