These merit badges were made by Mary Yeager for The Forget Me-Not embroidery show at Gallery Hanahou. The craftsmanship is totally killer—I especially love the folds in the intestines!!! As much as I love hearts, I think in this case the guts take the… Read More »Handmade Merit Badges by Mary Yeager
From the popular histology plate collection comes a new histological fashion line of silk scarves and handkerchiefs! The 100% silk scarves feature images of histological human tissues stained and examined using light microscopy. Created by medical artist Emily Evans. Available… Read More »Histology Silk Scarves: Rectum, Testicle, Skin, and More
This deserves a huge WTF?? award. Imagine busting this out in the playgrounds of suburbia…would love to see the looks on the faces of perky soccer moms… The detail on this thing is phenomenal! UPDATE: The creator of this horrific… Read More »How to Clear Out the Playground..
Adorable little hand-sewn bunnies & oversized hearts by designer imakemyownfriends. Each are $90. So cute and so sad at the same time….
The VENUS Print Collection Captivating and sensual, Fernando Vicente‘s work lies at the intersection of inner and outer beauty. The women in his paintings are gorgeous, empowered females, who taunt us by exposing their anatomy. By unveiling these layers… Read More »Fernando Vicente Venus Print Collection
This makes me scream, “Why didn’t I think of this?!” (As I’m sure every other medical artist out there is screaming as well…). The cerebral minds at ThinkGeek created these glass coasters featuring brain cross section which stack to form… Read More »Stackable Coasters Featuring Brain Cross Sections
The Bell &; Ross Instrument BR01 Airborne watch “Skull and Crossbones“, a very cool design! The BR 01 Airborne is an anthem to the extraordinary saga of military paratroopers. This new watch is a tribute to those brave young men… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: Skull Watch
Clean lines and sharp detail on this new histology series represent the otherwise dirty job of digestion. We’re excited to announce the release of the Anatomy of Digestion series on the Street Anatomy Store! This is a unique range of fine china illustrating… Read More »Histology as Design: The Anatomy of Digestion Fine China Collection
We are very excited to announce the release of the popular Day of the Dead Sugar Skull wallpaper in a beautiful emerald & gold! This is a colorful new addition to the Day of the Dead wallpaper series created by… Read More »Day of the Dead Wallpaper Now Available in Emerald and Gold
You’ve seen the popular Day of the Dead wallpaper but are bummed that you don’t have a wall to put it on? Well, medical artist Emily Evans has taken that beautiful sugar skull pattern and placed it on a luxurious linen… Read More »Put Your Skulls On These Linen Sugar Skull Cushions
[UPDATE: SOLD OUT] Beautifully designed poster for Street Anatomy’s 2012 exhibition, OBJECTIFY THIS: Female Anatomy Dissected and Displayed. Featuring Fernando Vicente’s American Housewife, one out 6 of his pieces featured in the exhibition, along with the work of 8 other US… Read More »OBJECTIFY THIS Exhibition Poster Release
Lavender Heart! Brain Shade! These lovely morsels were made my textile and embroidery designer Maxine Sutton. She explains her work best: My work continues to explore the interplay between screen-printed and embroidered textures, colour, mark, drawn and stitched lines. Recently… Read More »Maxine Sutton