To celebrate the grand anniversary of this beautiful site I’ve put together some house warming gifts for that anatomist in your life. Typically year four means gifts of fruit, flowers, or appliances but for this occasion I think we’ll go for something with a bit more personality—because home is where the heart is,… Read More »Anatomy for the Home
You’d better believe that my child will have this Animal Magic wallpaper in their room. Animal Magic explores children’s fascination with the macabre in a light-hearted way by presenting a slightly sinister side of the traditional, benign family pet. We’ve printed the pet’s skeleton on top of its silhouette in… Read More »Skeleton Animal Wall Decals That Won’t Scare the Kids
Pietro Travaglini designed this bookshelf to bend and shift as seamlessly as your own backbone. The shelves are accented by white LED lights which I’m sure gives it a ghostly glow at night. [spotted by Jenny via Furnifurnish]
Jonathan Adler’s Muse collection is so clean and simple. His various pieces include boob jars, butt vases, and lips vases! Jonathan throws the models for the Muse vessels and then substitutes our signature geometric relief patterns with body parts – faces, breasts, lips – to create a surreal style. Each… Read More »Jonathan Adler Muse Collection
This lamp, created by Stockholm-based designer Sture Pallarp, was made from X-ray film as part of a school assignment. It’s a pretty awesome idea!
This gorgeous vase, designed by Eva Milinkovic of Ontario-based Tsunami Glassworks, does a wonderful job of representing the beauty and flux of emotion attributed to the heart. Eva is actually the creative director of Tsunami Glassworks and imbues each piece she does with her passion for “bright colors, organic, fluid… Read More »Ventricle Vase
Flat Surgery is a collection of anatomical rugs by French designer Mathieu Lehanneur commissioned by the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in London. Mapping out domestic space using the organs of the human body: Flat Surgery #1 (Digestive System) for eating space, Flat Surgery #2 (brain) for home office, Flat Surgery #3… Read More »Flat Surgery
Joris Laarman is a talented Dutch artist whos had his work displayed in major museums like the MoMA in NY. His Bone Chair, which can be read more about here, was designed on a computer and then cast in aluminum, and has helped him create a name for himself. Nicely… Read More »Joris Laarman
Nice 4 leg-ed table by Dzmitry Samal. [via designspotter]
Hannah Stouffer is a California-based illustrator with some really unique work which includes iPhone skins, sneaker prints, and wall decals. This Mermaid Skeleton decal print above for $60 is perfect for new lovers, mermaid lovers. [via CoolHunting]
These erotic wooden furniture pieces are by sculptural furniture maker Peter Rolfe. You can’t really tell in the second sculpture, but the bust opens up as well. Whether or not this sexy furniture is your thing, the craftsmanship is undeniable. More From this anatomical collection can be seen on his… Read More »Peter Rolfe’s Sculptural Furniture
Naomi Thellier created this friendly doorknob for the London Design Festival. Neat!
Subtle awesome skull wall paper by Barbara Hulanicki at Graham & Brown. The pattern might be overlooked until you get close enough to see the dozens of skulls staring at you! A double roll costs $125 and can be bought here…
Mr. Nash has created this one of a kind tongue chair. I’m pretty sure it’s intended to be a dentist’s chair although, I could definitely see myself lounging in one of these pool side. The Lick n Sit Tongue chair is available for $2,800 at Etsy.com
Skulls Wallpaper – Bronze on Oil Slick This tactile-errific wallpaper features velvet skulls on a reflective, iridescent bronze ink that actually changes color as you walk past it—like an oil slick as the name implies. Apparently this special ink is horribly expensive, which is reflected in the price of the… Read More »Oil Slick Skulls Wallpaper