I’m so curious to know the meaning behind these collages by Ukrainian artist Grycja Erde. Her work has some really cool surreal and authentic details.
Anatomy in Art
Our friend Noah Scalin of Skull-a-Day is painting 100 skulls on 4″ x 4″ pieces of wood panel to celebrate the 5th year of his Skull-a-Day empire (June 2011 – June 2012). Many of the skulls will be featured at… Read More »All is Vanity: 100 Skull Paintings by Noah Scalin
For those of you that attended our OBJECTIFY THIS exhibition, you may remember the incredibly stunning work of artist and professor Michael Reedy. His masterful figure drawings exposing their underlying layers of anatomy surrounded with whimsical flare made him a favorite… Read More »Michael Reedy – EXPULSION Opening Friday, December 14, 2012 in Chicago
Squid-Inc. presents: Dissecting Art, Intersecting Anatomy from Emily Portugal on Vimeo. Dissecting Art, Intersecting Anatomy Merging Contemporary Art with the Works of Pauline LariviereMarch 9–16th, 2013 Opening Receptions: March 9th, 6–10 PM & March 10th, 12–4 PM S3 Gallery 1907 N. Mendell,… Read More »Dissecting Art, Intersecting Anatomy Opening March 9th
Skull-A-Day and Street Anatomy have joined forces to bring together the greatest collection of skull art, to celebrate the 3rd Annual Skull Appreciation Day! The resulting exhibition of skull inspired art works co-curated by Noah Scalin and Vanessa Ruiz will be on… Read More »FACE OFF: Skull-A-Day vs Street Anatomy Gallery Show – Skull Appreciation Day 2013
If you search for skulls on Society6, you’re likely to see that most of the results are from one very talented man, Ali Gulec. Ali is an Istanbul based photo illustrator and a prolific creator of skulls. His stylistic range… Read More »FACE OFF Artist Spotlight: Ali Gulec
As Street Anatomy goes up against Skull-A-Day in a friendly competition/co-curation of our upcoming gallery show, FACE OFF—Skull Appreciation Day 2013, I want to give you guys a preview of the fabulous artists that Skull-A-Day is bringing to Chicago! Joshua… Read More »FACE OFF Artist Spolight: Skull-A-Day Artists
We had an incredible opening night for FACE OFF: Skull-A-Day vs Street Anatomy on Friday, May 31st! For those that couldn’t be with us that evening, we’d like to reveal the skull mashups Noah Scalin and I curated along with the full… Read More »FACE OFF: Mashups and Full Skulls Revealed
Our FACE OFF: Skull-A-Day vs Street Anatomy opening was an incredible night celebrating one of the most iconic pieces of the human body, the skull. We had music piping through the museum, tasty food & drinks, an awesome gallery shop… Read More »FACE OFF: Skull-A-Day vs Street Anatomy Opening Night
One of the British rock stars of the contemporary art world, Marc Quinn, is currently having one of his first solo exhibitions in Denmark. The show, titled “All of Nature Flows Through Us” showcases his large-scale sculptures and paintings from… Read More »Marc Quinn: All of Nature Flows Through Us
I love artist Travis Louie for his ability to capture so much personality in the surprisingly human-like monsters that he draws. This piece, titled Heisenberg, the alias of Breaking Bad’s Walt, was created for The Breaking Bad Art Project at Gallery1988 in Los Angeles.
Another fantastic anatomical movie monster by Minneapolis based illustrator Brad McGinty. This poster details the anatomy of the cute little Mogwai from Gremlins. You can check out more of Brad’s work on his site, bradmcginty.com!
Will you be joining the thousands of happy peppy people at SXSW starting on Friday? If so, add our panel talk to your schedule! Presenting Complex Information with SimplicityMonday, March 11th, 3:30–4:30 PMOmni Downtown, 700 San Jacinto, Austin Presented by Tristen George,… Read More »Street Anatomy SXSW Panel Talk!
Caracas based illustrator, Laura Facci, challenged herself to create an alphabet using anatomical terminology. The result is a beautiful anatomical alphabet with artistic flare. Each letter, drawn in stunning detail, features quirky additions that make you want to explore each one.… Read More »Human Anatomy Alphabet by Laura Facci