Marwane Pallas is a self-taught French photographer whose work mostly consists of self-portraits. His Doctrine of Signatures series is based on, “an important aspect of folk medicine form the middle ages until the early modern period. Often associated with the… Read More »Marwane Pallas – Doctrine of Signatures
Bogotá-based photographer Paola Rojas and illustrator David Pérez collaborated on this stunning project titled Visceral. In their combined forces we see the body-centric photography of Paola overlaid with the detailed anatomical drawings of David. Their pieces reflect the most ubiquitous color scheme in anatomical… Read More »We Travel the Body in Red and Blue
Fresh plant-based organs by Guatemalan-born artist Camila Carlow. Currently residing in Bristol, England, Camila is a multifaceted artist whose expertise ranges from painting to photography to organ themed plant arrangements. Camila says of her work, “The most fascinating and intricate… Read More »Eye Heart Spleen – Foraging for Organs
French art director and photographer Arno Roca created this anatomical model inspired piece in his series titled Human Waste. A statement about being fake on the outside/fake on the inside? Reminds me of the fabulous photography of Koen Hauser.
Rick Genest, aka Zombie Boy, has become a muse to many including famous fashion director, Nicola Formichetti, British sculptor, Marc Quinn, Lady Gaga, and more recently photographer Joey L. for Rebel Ink Magazine. We’ve posted Zombie Boy multiple times here on Street Anatomy, but… Read More »Zombie Boy Voluptas Mors
Beautiful photograph by Paris-based photographer and illustrator Yannis Angel. This could almost be an ad for the burden of back pain.
Beautiful work by Vancouver based graphic designer, Sophia Ahamed. The first image is from her series titled SKELETAL SYSTEMS that explores the emotional value of human and animal skulls. The second two illustrations are from a similar series titled Of Flesh… Read More »Sophia Ahamed Flesh and Bones
Anatomy and punk collide in this collection, titled ANATOPUNK, by Paris-based apparel designer, Diana Jap. I enjoy the way Diana incorporated the anatomy, especially in the patchwork leg muscles on top of the plaid pants in the last photo. I… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: ANATOPUNK
The official photographs for Eat Your Heart Out 2012 have been released! Dreamt up by the wonderful Miss Cakehead and photographed by talented fashion photographer Nathan Pask, these photos feature a few of the ladies of EYHO in striking poses… Read More »The Delicious Faces of Eat Your Heart Out 2012
Awesome creative director, Miss Cakehead, was contacted by Capcom to come up with a concept to launch the new Resident Evil 6 game in the UK. Her idea—a human butcher shop. Despite not being a fan of meat, Miss Cakehead… Read More »Human Butchery Shop for New Resident Evil 6 Release Pops Up in London
Our lovely friend, Joanna Ebenstein from Morbid Anatomy is doing an amazing residency at Viktor Wynd Fine Art in London for the month of September. Color me jealous… “Ecstatic Raptures and Immaculate Corpses: Visions of Death Made Beautiful in Italy”… Read More »Morbid Anatomy’s Exhibition of Photographs at Viktor Wynd Fine Art
Photography: Kaveh Kardan Collection: Skinned alive the anatomical structure, 2010 This beautiful collection by Jemma Marie McLean, called Skinned Alive the Anatomical Structure is inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci’s anatomical drawings. Jemma founded Purdy Corsetry after being disappointed by the quality and selection… Read More »Jemma McLean: Skinned Alive
Gorgeous compositions and subject shot by French photographer Pauline Darley for Ever Magazine. The model is Clémentine Levy and her awesome skeletal make up was done by MademoiselleMu, hair and styling by Sophie Haise and Valériane Dousse & Clémentine Levy. View the entire beautiful… Read More »Pauline Darley – She has waited too long
The fact that the wounds on these men’s faces are made of candy and ice cream makes them oddly unsettling. Utrecth-based artist, Ashkan Honarvar’s Faces series seems to beautify what is inherently absent from fatal or horribly disfiguring wounds inflicted by… Read More »Ashkan Honarvar’s War Faces