Here’s some beautiful design work by Mark Bessant for Peter Gabriel‘s new album, Scratch My Back. The CD box set is limited with only 500 copies world-wide, and can be purchased at Peter Gabriel’s site. You can see more details of… Read More »Scratch My Back Album Art by Mark Bessant
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!
Norwegian graphic designer/illustrator, Daniel Brokstad created this fantastic medical type set that he says is “playful and fun for an otherwise serious setting.” It certainly is! Each letterform is so creative, well thought out, and can easily stand on its… Read More »Daniel Brokstad’s Medic Type
Freelance designer and illustrator Teagan White first came to our attention because she created an amazing anatomically-themed typography print, The Person You Love Is 72.8% Water and she’s from Chicago. Teagan’s work “encompasses intricate renderings of flora and fauna, playful depictions of… Read More »Constructing Words From Bones
These beautifully rendered anatomical type illustrations were done by the extremely talented Jessica Hische for an article about women’s heart health. With numerous wonderful projects under her belt, her portfolio is sure to be inspiring to anyone who loves type and/or does type design.… Read More »Love Your Heart by Jessica Hische
Well, this is the first I’ve seen of hand drawn artwork made to resemble computer generated 3D images, and how well it’s been done! These great pieces were drawn by artist Julian Gallasch, and man does he have crazy bic… Read More »Handmade Computer Artwork by Julian Gallasch
Here is the awesome cover of WAD’s 10th anniversary mag. WAD, which stands for We’ar Different, is a mag all about fashion and culture. If you have never read it, I highly recommend it. It’s awesome, you will be hooked, I swear, so be sure… Read More »WAD 10th anniversary cover
This makes me scream, “Why didn’t I think of this?!” (As I’m sure every other medical artist out there is screaming as well…). The cerebral minds at ThinkGeek created these glass coasters featuring brain cross section which stack to form… Read More »Stackable Coasters Featuring Brain Cross Sections
Giselle Vitali, Barcelona-based medical artist and friend of Street Anatomy, continues to use anatomy as a basis for experimentation and manipulation. I’ve always enjoyed the way she draws muscle fibers, which she tends to focus on in most of her… Read More »Giselle Vitali’s Muscle Pattern Experiments
From the creator of the popular Day of the Dead Sugar Skull wallpaper comes the Cardiac Wallpaper, a sumptuous design depicting intertwining anatomical human hearts. The deep red background coupled with the luxurious rich gold pattern makes this beautiful wallpaper… Read More »Hand Screen Printed Cardiac Wallpaper – Intertwined Elegance
Italian illustrator/designer Alessandro Pautasso is known for his energetic style of abstract geometric shapes in vivid colors. While most of his pieces are portraits, Alessandro’s style applied to anatomy is just awesome. The first poster was created for the Milan… Read More »Alessandro Pautasso’s Energetic Anatomy
We are very excited to announce the release of the popular Day of the Dead Sugar Skull wallpaper in a beautiful emerald & gold! This is a colorful new addition to the Day of the Dead wallpaper series created by… Read More »Day of the Dead Wallpaper Now Available in Emerald and Gold
These ripped bottles look as if they’ve been filled with steroids. Inspired by the artistic concept of écorché, Russian designers Constantin Bolimond and Dmitrii Pacukevich created these 3D bottle concepts for an energy drink. These would be great as a water bottle for the gym!