“Anatomy in Black bridges the gap between academic text and pop culture.” – Emily Evans We often think of anatomy textbooks as belonging in the cadaver lab or lecture hall. Or worse, abandoned on a library shelf long after they’ve served their educational purpose. Even for an artist, anatomy books might lie scattered around… Read More »Anatomy in Black by Emily Evans
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 a 3D brain. Grab them while you can at Amazon!… 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 anatomical illustrations. Here she manipulates muscle in a variety of… Read More »Giselle Vitali’s Muscle Pattern Experiments
The MeDesign program at the Vignelli Center for Design Studies at the Rochester Institute of Technology presented a group of MFA Graphic Design students with this challenge: Design a book section (4 to 6 pages on a part of the human body); conduct research, write content and design largely non-verbal… Read More »The MeDesign Human Health Book
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 an opulent addition to any space. Each roll is screen printed… Read More »Hand Screen Printed Cardiac Wallpaper – Intertwined Elegance
Norwegian graphic designer/illustrator, Daniel Brokstad created this fantastic medical illustrative 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 their own. Daniel is a talented young designer who is… Read More »Daniel Brokstad’s Medic Type
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 Bicycle Film Festival 2013 and the second for Greenpeace’s “Save… Read More »Alessandro Pautasso’s Energetic Anatomy
“I could stare into the face of a skull for hours, for example, and always see new things.” – Hedi Xandt I admire the range of work by Hamburg-based communication designer and conceptual artist Hedi Xandt. His combination of design, concept, and execution is extremely impressive and gives his work… Read More »Hedi Xandt’s Dark Emotions
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!
We might all need dentures someday, but why wait! Los Angeles based Etsy seller Concave Oblivion hand makes each of these denture accessories from real dental acrylic polished to a high shine. These will definitely add a bit of chatter to any conversation. For more info and pricing of these pieces… Read More »Denture Accessories by Concave Oblivion
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 London based medical artist, Emily Evans (also the creator of… Read More »Day of the Dead Wallpaper Now Available in Emerald and Gold
Hamburg-based designer Johannes Schulz wanted to create a strong and trustworthy vodka with backbone—literally with backbone. The wide shouldered vodka bottle stands with a full spine and rib cage suspended in the clear glass bottle, a sign that the vodka has nothing to hide. Of course this is only a… Read More »Vodka With a Backbone
I’m loving this incredibly fun and imaginative anatomy by Hamburg based 3D artist, Antoni Tudisco. At a mere 21 years old, Antoni is a completely self taught artist, mastering the entire Adobe Suite and teaching himself 3D illustration. He was one of those kids that would rather draw in class… Read More »Antoni Tudisco’s Pop Anatomy
I love browsing Dribbble for inspiration before starting a design project, but rarely do I find designers posting anatomy. So you can imagine my delight when I spotted this anatomical work! Brooklyn based artist and designer, Kelli Anderson created these beautifully designed anatomical icons and body systems for a children’s… Read More »Kelli Anderson’s Anatomical Designs
University project by Jakarta based designer, Olivia Ariferiani. I love the visual of the face in the fist, although the copy doesn’t seem quite right. Definitely a great visual for a pounding headache, but you wouldn’t necessarily pound a headache away!