This music video by m ss ng p eces for the band Panda Bear is amazing. I LOVE the old black and white film feel, nice and grainy. The hand painted skeleton costumes have great texture and whatever they did, black light or just extreme color correction, to get the bones to glow looks awesome. As… Read More »Panda Bear – Surfer’s Hymn
Eric Epstein, also known as Najork, directed, edited, animated, and all around created this beautiful video for Memory Tapes’ track “Yes I Know.” Watch as the man’s body slowly stretches, evaporates, and disappears. You can see more of Najork’s work on his site, najork.net.
Bodi Bill – Brand New Carpet from Sinnbus on Vimeo. Check out the anatomy at 0:27 and the floating heart at 1:00! The whole video looks like a crazy dream. [spotted by Fabian]
Wasted- Matthew Bryan by Raymond Prado from Raymond Prado on Vimeo. If you were to press pause at any point in this beautiful music video you’d be staring at a unique frame of art. Raymond Prado drew upwards of 6,000 individual frames using Photoshop and a Cintiq tablet. Crazy, huh!… Read More »Wasted – Hand-Drawn Music Video by Raymond Prado
I’m starting to listen to An Horse (thanks Elyse!) and came across their CD album artwork which happens to be pretty awesome. Check out their music and videos here!
Getting my morning started listening to the mash-ups of Girl Talk. Interesting tidbit about Girl Talk; according to Wikipedia, Gregg Michael Gillis started the “Girl Talk” project while studying biomedical engineering at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He eventually quit engineering to focus on music in 2007. Download… Read More »Girl Talk
Darkstar: Gold from Evan Boehm on Vimeo. Sembler, a design group “focused on sound and vision in a spatial context,” created this music video for Darkstar’s “Gold” off their new album, North. They used a combination of specialized 3D lighting, “Gold” code, and data from the Visible Human Project to… Read More »Darkstar’s Gold Music Video
COCOSUMA / Miracle Man / directed by JACK from JACK on Vimeo. I will never get tired of stop-motion animation. Creative use of a skull and a fun song to boot!
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
You read that correctly. The Swedish metal band Watain hired designer Metastazis in collaboration with Zbigniew M. Bielak to design the above poster. Metastazis, a firm “dedicated to the most scandalous yet refined forms of expression”, did so using human blood. According to the design firm’s founder, Valnoir, a total… Read More »Screenprinted in Blood
I don’t believe we’ve ever featured an anatomically themed guitar here on Street Anatomy before. A viewer recently submitted these photos of a guitar he decoupaged with historical anatomical images from the awesome repository of images that is Historical Anatomies. ‘Decoupaged’ is such a great word. Historical Anatomies, put together… Read More »Anatomical Rock
Italian artist, Andreco tests your sanity with his latest paper cut stop motion animation project in conjunction with Teatrino Elettrico, an audiovisual live media project focused on the expressive possibilities of mechanical objects. See more of Andreco’s use of anatomy in his art via his Flickr site.
Can’t say that I’ve ever heard of Boys Noize before, but I do love the disco skull on the cover of their album, Oi Oi Oi. Very Damien Hirst, sans the million dollar price tag. [Thanks to Katie Hovany for the link!]