Comic artist Kate (Allen) Lacour created these symmetrical anatomical diagrams, rendered in pen and ink and painted in food coloring. This series comes as a side project to her popular comics, one of which, called Milk Teeth, features anatomical diagrams and wordless vignettes of mythical creatures. Her comics and anatomical renderings have… Read More »Kate Lacour’s Monsterous Anatomy
French art director and photographer Arno Roca created this anatomical model inspired piece in his series titled Human Waste. A statement about being fake on the outside/fake on the inside? Reminds me of the fabulous photography of Koen Hauser.
If there was ever an anatomical pillow I’d let hang out on my couch, it would be this one by designer Heather Lins. Handmade using eco-friendly fabrics that pop off of the soft black wool felt, this pillow evokes the anatomical illustrations found in 1960s science books. The science behind… Read More »This Pillow May Talk Back
Gritty factory inspired work by Germany based art director, Heiko Klug. What started as a test scene in 3ds Max became a full fledged personal project. As Heiko added more detail, he transformed a basic anatomical heart into something that could be found deep in a dark basement of an… Read More »A Factory Pump by Heiko Klug
We’ve posted these twisted takes on the classic porcelain figurine by Jessica Harrison before on Street Anatomy and have been waiting patiently to see if she’d create more in the creeptastic series. Well to our morbid delight she has! Jessica just announced a new exhibition of her work opening this… Read More »Jessica Harrison’s Gutsy Porcelain Exhibition
Jason Freeny does it again with his latest toy dissection of one of the most nostalgic medical games of our childhood, Operation. In production since 1965, Operation tests a players’ steady hand as they attempt to pick out iconic ailments and anatomical parts without buzzing and setting off Cavity Sam’s… Read More »The Anatomy of Cavity Sam
Hamburg-based designer Johannes Schulz wanted to create a strong and trustworthy vodka with backbone—literally with backbone. The wide shouldered vodka bottle stands with a full spine and rib cage suspended in the clear glass bottle, a sign that the vodka has nothing to hide. Of course this is only a… Read More »Vodka With a Backbone
You may recognize Federico Carbajal from his series of gorgeous anatomical wire “sketches.” Suspended between acrylic panels, the bent wire creates remarkable 3D anatomical parts. More recently Federico created a series of anatomical drawing reminiscent of architectural sketches, another nod to his background as an architect. These multi-layered drawings on wood… Read More »Federico Carbajal’s Anatomical Architectural Drawings
San Francisco based physician-scientist and designer, Dr. Stephen Gaeta has just released a new typography lung print titled, Airway, in his series of popular science typography prints. Sold exclusively at the Street Anatomy Gallery Store, Airway features text from the 1628 treatise Exercitatio Anatomica de Motu Cordis et Sanguinis in Animalibus (An Anatomical… Read More »Historical Medical Text Transformed into Anatomical Art by Dr. Stephen Gaeta
An avid lover of music and art, Ted Riederer created these skull forms by placing vinyl records atop a plaster skull mold and melting them down. The record label molds perfectly around the curvature of the frontal bone giving each skull a unique identity. The series, titled Primal Sound, “…aims to… Read More »Melted Vinyl Skulls by Ted Riederer
Spanish street artist, Aryz latest murals continue to feature intimate scenes infused with skeletal elements. He’s a young vibrant artist that prefers to call himself a “painter of walls” rather than a street artist. For Aryz, it’s not about the message, but the composition and colors that unifies the whole… Read More »The Skeletons of Aryz
The Human Body app by Brooklyn based studio, Tinybop uses beautiful design and illustration to create an unrivaled anatomical exploration for children for the iPad. Raul Gutierrez founded Tinybop, wanting to bring together the best illustrators, designers and developers to create an anatomy app as beautiful as the science books… Read More »Tinybop’s 1960s Inspired Anatomy App for Children
FACE OFF: Skull-a-Day vs Street Anatomy closes this Sunday, August 25th! You only have a few days left to see this incredible show full of skull mashups co-curated by me, Vanessa Ruiz of Street Anatomy and Noah Scalin of Skull-a-Day. If you didn’t get a chance to attend the opening… Read More »FACE OFF: Skull-A-Day vs Street Anatomy Closing August 25th
These dreamlike anatomical illustrations were created by Madrid based illustrator, Alfonso Elola. They’re gripping and tormenting, visualizing an almost literal out-of-body experience. The light, detail, and strokes are just gorgeous. View more of his work and details from the illustrations above on his Behance!
Bone and Blood: Structural Bodies in Motion September 28 – October 12, 2013 Opening Receptions Saturday, Sept. 28, 6 – 10 p.m. / Sunday, Sept. 29, Noon – 4 p.m. Event Location Squid3 Gallery, 1907 N. Mendell St., Ste. #4-H, Chicago, IL 60642 (map) Artists Alex Baker / Youngbin Choi / Jordan… Read More »Bone and Blood: Structural Bodies in Motion Gallery Show