Tattoos

Follow your Heart

When someone submits a tattoo for the Anatomy Tattoo Gallery I usually ask them for a brief explanation of the tattoo. It’s one think to just look at a tattoo and admire the art, but it’s knowing the meaning of a tattoo that adds so much value. Andrea recently submitted… Read More »Follow your Heart

Fresh off the streets

The best part about having this blog is receiving e-mails everyday from my readers with their photos of anatomically themed graffiti, tattoos, or art. Many of the e-mails I receive lately come from Europe or South America, like the first two photos of the skulls below from Brazil. Street Anatomy… Read More »Fresh off the streets

Arbor Vitae: Cerebellum Tattoo

This cerebellum tattoo was submitted by Matt Millard. One of the most unique anatomical tattoos I’ve seen yet. The arbor vitae (Latin for “Tree of Life“) is the cerebellar white matter, so called for its branched, tree-like appearance. It brings sensory and motor information to and from the cerebellum. [via… Read More »Arbor Vitae: Cerebellum Tattoo

New Anatomy Tattoos

It’s been a while since I updated the popular Anatomy Tattoo Galley, so I wanted to share some of the tattoos submitted by the readers of Street Anatomy. I added these to the gallery so if you like them and haven’t seen the rest of the gallery, head on over… Read More »New Anatomy Tattoos