Nicholas Potash is a Venice Beach, CA based jeweler who hand makes beautiful jewelry out of his home. He makes rings, necklaces, and lighters. While all of his pieces are not anatomy based, they are all gorgeous and unique. My personal favorite has to be the skull with turquoise “brains.”… Read More »Nicholas Potash
Belarusian designers Maria and Igor Solovyov of Solovyov Design have created this brain shaped energy efficient light bulb, “Insight.” It is a fun and smart play on the imagery of having a “bright idea.” You can see more of their work including furniture, packaging, and other lighting projects on their… Read More »The Insight Light
Here’s a simple infographic for bloodflow traffic in the heart. Thanks Ryan Fishman!
UK design team Dunne and Raby (Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby) designed this “Teddy Bear bloodbag”. The idea behind it is to serve as a comfort for children in the hospital. Why do kids get the coolest things? I want a horse shaped bloodbag … not that I really want… Read More »Teddy Bear bloodbag
I’ve found there are a few great pieces out there that will add that other touch of anatomy in our daily lives. Studio9, in partnership with Blik Graphics, has created a line of iPhone skins and cases, laptop skins, as well as wall art. These three in particular will show… Read More »For the Tech Nerd
It seems like cross sections of toys and animals is a hot topic to be illustrating, and these are some pretty fine examples. Created by Jude Buffum as part of the show Pixel Pushers, sponsored by SCION and curated by Giant Robot, these wonderful diagrams explore the innards and meaty possibilities of… Read More »Koopa, It’s What’s For Supper
Aside from learning a new anatomical fact, these two wonderful pieces by Teagan White, based on a quote from “The Art of Looking Sideways” by Alan Fletcher, are fantastic! The details in the drawing and translucent paper used for the book really make these pieces pop. Teagan has some mad drawing skills,… Read More »The Person You Love is 72.8% Water – Teagan White
Thanks to Google I now know that yesterday was the 115th Anniversary of the discovery of X-Rays.
Luminous illustrations by Graphic Designer, Illustrator and Art Director, Mike McQuade. His online portfolio is beautifully and uniquely designed, definitely worth exploring!
Good Magazine and Robert A. Di Ieso, Jr created this infographic on the importance of brushing your chompers. It’s not just good for your teeth, but vital to your whole body’s health. This reminds me, I need to go floss!
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 drawing skills. Be sure to check out more of his… Read More »Handmade Computer Artwork by Julian Gallasch
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 the box set components here… Oh and this album… Read More »Scratch My Back
Above is a stamp project where design students had to create a series of 3 stamps for the New Zealand Post, that portrayed New Zealand Innovations. Carly Hitchcock created these medical stamps that focused on New Zealand’s medical innovations and used a Modernist Swiss style as her aesthetic inspiration. Cool… Read More »Medical Postage Stamps
This Innerspace inspired illustration was created by Elliott Quince for the Smart car “Out Smart” book project. This is a project where top illustrators get to create their take on this amazing little car that I really want to have, the Smart car. The final website launch will be up… Read More »Smart Car