I stumbled upon a flashing link for Paraphernalia (no longer active) while browsing, and was pleasantly surprised to find a large array of anatomical jewelry. Seems like this kind of work is popping up a lot lately, but if you… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: Paraphernalia
An industrial feeling sterling silver anatomical heart handmade by Miss Industry whose inspiration stems from tattoos, graphic design, mechanics, electronic music, heavy metal fashion, horror films, and romance.
This life size dental mannequin is actually used by dental students for teaching and practicing. It’s a bit intense—kinda like Robocop. [via Radio Guy, whose site is full of random medical devices.]
Anatomy has always been cool, but lately there has been an increase in the number of clothes and accessories featuring well designed anatomical/medical illustrations. So much so that I needed to start a separate category on this blog just for… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday
Just released skull t-shirt on Threadless featuring hidden glow-in-the-dark fairies, designed by Frank Barbara. Available in guys and girls sizes for $18. Get yours here!
The interconnected beauty of life is represented in this exquisitely designed t-shirt by graphic designer, Courtney Kuntz. The shirt, appropriately titled “Essence,” was originally created for an environmental awareness art show at the Venice Contemporary Gallery in Venice, CA. Courtney… Read More »The Essence T-Shirt
If you’re tired of giving flowers to your special someone for Valentines Day, then why not try making them something unique and tasty like these Bleeding Heart Cupcakes. They actually bleed out jam! Get the recipe at YumSugar Nothing says… Read More »Bleeding Heart Cupcakes for Valentine’s Day
Big thanks to Megan for turning me to iheartguts.com, a fantastic t-shirt company selling shirts and other accessories with cute little organs on them. It’s the brainchild of Wendy Bryan, an illustrator, designer, writer, reporter, and more. Here are some… Read More »I Heart Guts! Plush Internal Organs
Pretty, sleek, and elegant, this ashtray by Taiwanese tabletop design group, Finding Cheska, allows you to see your lungs fill with ash as you smoke each and every cigarette.