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.
These totally beautiful jewels were crafter by “English-born, Australian-raised, New York-based maker of iconic things,” Edward Janssen. The work is stunning, and the effect of the skull ring is great, I love its rustic look, very pirate-like. The antlers, however,… Read More »This Charming Man, and skull ring!
This unusual piece of jewelry was done by jeweler & metalsmith AliceScott. The piece is marked by silver veins that run along the backside of the hand and in place of a stone sits a human wisdom tooth.
Nike is at it again, this time they’ve given us a peak through the rubber, leather, and mesodermal tissue…. The x-ray is actually only visible when light hits it properly! These kicks are sure to get you noticed on the… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: X-Ray Kicks
Collection of four wetsuits designed by Diddo Velema, taking up the challenge to create new alternative suits, both functional and protective, and now customized! The first edition contains four original designs: a rusted iron diving suit evoking the days of… Read More »Wetsuits by Diddo Velema
Remember those slightly creepy baby dolls with the blinking eyes? Well now you can be even creepier by wearing around just ONE of those eyes in this handmade ring by New Zealand based Ginga Squid Studios. Each ring is made… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: Blinking Eye Ring
Since when did socks become the hot item to have? What’s with this onslaught of awesome foot wear!? Seriously rad, especially the quaint cellophane wrapping for the meat socks. The last sock is half a heart (it’s a little hard to tell) so I imagine if you stood… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: Meat on yer Feet!
Just in case you wanted to be the biggest geek at your workplace, here is a bulk order of ear memo clips and some nose pencil sharpeners to go along with it. Best of luck.
Gorgeous artwork for the Salomon Artwork Contest 08′ by Salvatore Guinta. I like how the anatomical elements run into eachother to create this abstraction. Nice color palette too…
LAB – Anatomi Series Emil Kozak has some serious talent. His “design and artsy shit” as he would say is simple, colorful, and pretty awesome all together. Beautiful type designer too… [via abduzeedo]