We’ve featured the stunning anatomical typography diagrams of Andreas Scheiger before on Street Anatomy. This time, Andreas has taken the dissections a step further by exploring the anatomy of typography in 3D form. We’re left with sculptures of half dissected… Read More »Typographical Dissections by Andreas Scheiger
Katerina Orlikova takes the Baskerville typeface and expertly crafts into animal skeletons. I love that you don’t really get a sense that the bones are really typographical elements until you start looking closely at the details. And the slight blur… Read More »Typographical Animal X-Rays by Katerina Orlikova
Peter Chmela – “Don’t judge people according to their appearance.” This is a brilliant photographic project filmed by Peter Chmela. If you look carefully, you can see that each photo spells out a word of the title phrase.
Fun type by Barcelona-based design studio VanilaBCN. I wish these were screened on tees…they would be oh so cool.
Ow. This looks somewhat painful, but there you have it, a typeface in skin by Amsterdam-based graphic designer Thijs Verbeek. It’s uncomfortable to look at, but fascinating none the less. View the full “Typeface in Skin” at thijsverbeek.nl.
I love this rendering of the anatomy of the letter “a”. Created by Ahmet Eken for the leading graphic design magazine in Turkey, Grafik Tsarim. From TypeTheory: “Rather than illustrate the anatomy of typography in the standard way, Baris (art… Read More »“A”natomy by Ahmet Eken
Great work by Stockholm-based graphic designer and illustrator, Bjorn Johansson. The work is playing with the word “anatomy” which in typographic terms is referring to the different parts of a character. Would love to see the entire alphabet done.
So, while fiddling around on twitter today I stumbled upon this awesome little project called Six Word Stories Every Day, and was pleasantly surprised to find a handful of them with anatomical illustrations. This is exactly what it sounds like; stories, in… Read More »Six Word Stories Every Day
These great type skulls were the work of designer Ross Elliott and “made entirely from unaltered characters of Fette Fraktur”. I imagine they took a while to produce, the symmetry alone would drive me crazy (although I secretly love making… Read More »Typefaces by Ross Elliott
A Street Anatomy fan by the nickname Faii, recently submitted this anatomical interpretation of the alphabet. I love that the letter ‘D’ is the spleen, it’s my favorite little organ!
Love, love, love this simple anatomical design by Indonesia-based designer Dini Umar. The colors in the heart are just great and the random flies in the piece make this a strangely curious design. [via Behance]
Energetic sketchy font found by Mike over at dafont. All of their fonts are free and they usually have some unique stuff. Go check ’em out.