Two of my favorite artists, Luke Chueh and Jason Freeny have come together to create this collab piece, titled Target: Self-Medicated, based on Luke’s iconic bear. The limited edition of 100 hand cast and painted figures will be produced by Munky King Toys and will debut at this Summer’s San… Read More »Target: Self-Medicated – Luke Chueh and Jason Freeny Collab
Retrogenese (English version) from Suus Hessling on Vimeo. Suus Hessling created this touching, yet direct, stop-motion animation for her graduation project at the School of the Arts in Utrecht, The Netherlands. Driven by a fascination for Alzheimer’s and its affect on the brain, Suus goes on to explain, in 4… Read More »Retrogenese – A Stop Motion Tale of Alzheimer’s Disease
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 sunglasses made from real deer jaws, black horn, and acetate.… 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 seeing anatomy in design and wish more doctors and healthcare… Read More »Anatomically Infused Branding
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!
Another captivating piece by Italian artist Valentina Formisano! This stop motion animation was created entirely by hand as a didactical book for children to learn about the inner working of the human body. It is inspired by the books of Italian artist and designer, Bruno Munari. I love how each piece of… Read More »Stop Motion Journey Through the Human Body
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 ideas of malady, the body, relationships and loss through the internal,… Read More »Candace Couse – Waste
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 Simplicity Monday, March 11th, 3:30–4:30 PM Omni Downtown, 700 San Jacinto, Austin Presented by Tristen George, Creative Director at Abelson Taylor and Vanessa Ruiz,… Read More »Street Anatomy SXSW Panel Talk!
Freelance designer and illustrator Teagan White first came to our attention because A, she created an amazing anatomically-themed typography print, The Person You Love Is 72.8% Water and B, she’s from Chicago. Teagan’s work “encompasses intricate renderings of flora and fauna, playful depictions of cute anthropomorphic critters, illustrative typography, and everything in… Read More »Constructing Words From Bones
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 multi-media, multi-venue event celebrating bicycles and art. The event is… Read More »K4 by Anthony Cozzi
The Stratton Skull 5-String Electric Violin is a bold and unusual instrument designed by cool dude, Jeff Stratton. “If you need an electric violin that strikes as bold a stance on-stage as you do, look no further.” $2,999.00 at the Electric Violin Shop. [spotted by Peter via Laughing Squid]… Read More »Stratton Skull Electric Violin
Click to enlarge! GOOD collabed with awesome infographic’s studio Column Five to create this visual breakdown on the state of organ donation today. All-in-all the state of organ donation in the US is getting slightly better, but there are still too many people waiting for organs, some of which pass… Read More »The State of Organ Donation in the US
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 some gems.
Munich based tattoo shop Chaos Crew created a poster identifying newsworthy events from 2011. What makes this poster so special? It’s calfskin, and the art wasn’t screen printed or painted, but tattooed on! It’s a great concept—though it does make me cringe a little. I have a decent number of… Read More »Poster Made From Skin
Am thoroughly enjoying these beautifully soft biology diagrams by graphic designer, Maria Grønlund. Apparently they’re just experiments she did in Illustrator, but I’ve not seen quite such subtly in color, shading, and gradients in vector illustrations. The simplicity and cleanliness of the designs are delightful!