With a combined passion for sculpture, medical science, and biomechanics, this Norwegian born artist combines the organic structure of human anatomy directly with the mechanical. Chris Conte received his BFA from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. While there,… Read More »Chris Conte’s Biomechanical Art
Anatomy in Art
An alternative option for the deceased. Nadine Jarvis, a young product designer from London, believes that death is sorely neglected as a subject for design. She explores a new way to use the ash from cremations in her piece called, Carbon Copies,… Read More »Anatomy in Art: Literally
This may not do with medical visualization directly, but it’s visualization nonetheless. We are bombarded with statistics everyday, whether on the news or in magazines. But what impact do they really have? Can people really visualize the impact of… Read More »Visualizing Statistics: what do 213,000 Vicodin pills look like?
Koen Hauser (1972) living and working in Amsterdam creates stunningly realistic digital photo manipulations as seen here in his Modische Atlas der Anatomie series. I think it’s a very clever use of the classic plastic anatomy models seamlessly integrated into… Read More »The Digital Manipulations of Koen Hauser
Have you ever wondered how Stewie from Family Guy can possibly support his gigantic head, or how Betty Boop is able to walk on those absurdly small feet? I haven’t, because cartoons are meant to over exaggerate the features of… Read More »Anatomical Studies of Cartoon Characters
This is going to be the first installment of the new Anatomy in Art Series on Street Anatomy. I’ll be showcasing artists who use anatomy as an art form rather than for educational purposes. Sometimes we need a fresh look… Read More »Damien Hirst: Anatomical Representation