This new gorgeously detailed screen print, titled “Looking Glass Language,” is by the prolific female street artist N.O. Bonzo. She is a superb talent and is known for her intricately inked wheatpastes that often include a tantalizing female figure punctuated with anatomy. Limited edition run of 30 prints signed and… Read More »Looking Glass Language Print
[UPDATED: SOLD OUT] For the first time here at Street Anatomy we’re releasing sticker packs! Available at the Street Anatomy store for $5. Screen printed skull, teeth and Street Street Anatomy themed sticker packs by our favorite Portland-based street artist, Rx. 8 high quality stickers per pack including 1 fantastic… Read More »Rx x Street Anatomy Sticker Packs Volume 1
This is the latest work from another one of my favorite street artists, Tiptoe. Tiptoe’s work has such a classic artistic touch to it that, for me, makes him stand apart from many other street artists. This one is just gorgeous, and while seemingly morbid, the cool hues of the… Read More »Tiptoe’s Beauty
One of ROA’s pieces in action from the White Walls San Francisco Gallery ROA exhibit. I can’t get over his use of street materials to expose anatomy. [spotted by Peter]
New anatomically themed work from New York based artist(s), TrustoCorp in Lower Manhattan. TrustoCorp is: …dedicated to highlighting the hypocrisy and hilarity of human behavior through sarcasm and satire. TrustoCorp targets areas in the public domain typically reserved for messages of trust and authority and subverts them with messages of… Read More »TrustoCorp Phonebooth Takeovers
Washington DC based street artist iwillnot is known for his human and animal anatomy drawings on street stickers. Clearly taking an influence from the traditional figure drawing studio, iwillnot brings his body drawing skills to the streets in a very raw and artistic way. See more of his work on… Read More »iwillnot
The work of Brazillian street artist, MEDO, has recently shifted from dark, often geometrical human-like figures to the anatomically correct abstraction. The subject of his work comprises “cathedrals, monasteries, sacred art and the horror of the inevitable.” His almost sacred figures stood amidst the crumbled locations like Incoherent saints with… Read More »MEDO Street Art
Pig anatomy has never looked so graphically delicious. These are reverse spray-painted pieces on plexiglass by the prominent Chicago street artist, SARO. Place the plexi on any surface and see it show through the negative space between the spray paint. 7.5″x11″ on plexi glass Multi-layer stencil painted in reverse with… Read More »Street Art Plexi Pieces by SARO
ROA – White Walls from Colin M Day on Vimeo. ROA is a genius in using the street as a canvas and even more so when he is let loose on the inside of a clean gallery. His use of material with hinges and flaps to reveal the underlying anatomy… Read More »ROA at White Walls Gallery San Francisco
We’re proud to announce that one of Chicago’s most prominent street artists, Saro, is teaming up with Street Anatomy to sell some of his anatomically themed street art. We caught up with Saro while he was preparing for the big Chicago Street Art Show at the Chicago Urban Art Society,… Read More »Interview with Chicago Street Artist, SARO
Cold As Ice By CEM. I wonder if CEM did the other grate ribcages like the one below seen in Paris… [via WoosterCollective]
Walking along I spotted these two lovely pieces of street art on the streets of Chicago. I love that heart shell!
Anatomical heart stencil by Pampero STNCL. Para Yenny. See more anatomical street art at our Anatomical Street Art group on Flickr.
Well check this out! Skeletal Oscar mysteriously appears in LA’s Runyon Canyon with a caption reading “‘Beauty is one snip away’ -D*Face.” It only lasted a day, sadly, but this wasn’t the only skeletal Oscar to appear around LA, you can read all about it HERE! p.s. Who’s watching the… Read More »Skeletal Oscar!
BUFFdiss is quite the master when it comes to creating art out of masking tape. The skull above was done in Berlin with a really cool style that screams BUFFdiss. Check out his process in this video. [via unurth]