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… 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… 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… 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!
Inspired by the similarity between the shape of a jaw bone laying next to her pair of Ray Ban sunglasses, Emma Montague of the Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork and Jewelry department of the Royal College of Art, created this beautiful series of… Read More »Emma Montague’s Jaw Dropping Glasses
Christian & Allegra Poschmann, the design duo behind Montreal based Booth, created this anatomically infused branding for Dr. Cheryl Donah’s podiatry clinic. Eighteenth-century anatomical illustrations add an intellectual touch to a clean and classic approach to the brand. I love… Read More »Anatomically Infused Branding
You may remember physician/scientist/artist, Stephen Gaeta, from his hugely popular diploma heart. Now he’s gone on to do more medically related design in his recent series of “Art of Medicine” prints.
Paris based art director and graphic artist, Isabelle Delle creates interesting and quirky anatomical collages. View more of her work at isabelledalle.com and follow her on Facebook!
We’ve featured the incredible embroidery of visual artist Candace Couse before, and she recently took some time to tell Street Anatomy about her new installation piece, titled Waste. Installed in the Basement Gallery in Basel, Switzerland, Candace explains that Waste, …explores… Read More »Candace Couse – Waste
This print by Denver-based artist and illustrator, Anthony Cozzi, combines three of my loves, anatomy, cycling, and clean design. K4 is an 18″ x 18″ screen print, 100lbs matte paper, limited to 42, signed and numbered. K4 will be available for $30 at Kaleidospoke, a… Read More »K4 by Anthony Cozzi
I’ve been following 9000’s work for years. His visual commentary is often philosophical, scientific, political, sometimes inappropriate, and always with a retro vibe. These are a few of 9000’s anatomically themed pieces. Journey through 9000’s Flickr stream and you’ll find… Read More »Hope, Evil, and 9000
Credits: Creative Direction – Francesco Franch, Art Direction – Federico Galvani, Illustration & Craftwork -Andrea Manzati Seeing this gorgeous work by Italian illustrator and designer, Andrea Manzati makes me want to get out some clay and actually make something. Andrea… Read More »Andrea Manzati – Vita
Wonderful piece by illustrator and graphic designer Brandt Botes who owns his own boutique design shop in Cape Town, South Africa, called Studio Botes. If you’re a Threadless fan, you may remember Brandt’s popular shirt and print, Stick Figures in… Read More »All Heart by Brandt Botes
Italian artist Liviana Osti’s “Coure” is two separate carafes that when put together make a human heart. Osti describes her design: “The heart is a reminder for the generally underestimated but essential role health plays in our lives. In order… Read More »Drink To Your Heart’s Content