Monica Ong’s CT Scan Poem

Monica Ong Corona Mestiza

Monica Ong is a visual artist and poet who combines powerful imagery, often medically related, with words that speak out to the “silenced histories of the body.” In Corona Mestiza, Monica juxtapozes a CT-scan with the silhouette of the Philippine Islands creating an effect that looks like a series of… Read More »Monica Ong’s CT Scan Poem

Vero Navarro’s Hipster Bones

Vero Navarro Hipster Bones

Madrid based illustrator, Vero Navarro is a colored pencil master. She skillfully combines colored pencil with digital techniques. Her illustrations are delightful and clever as you can see in this piece titled, “Hipster Bones.” I especially enjoy the bone pattern shirt! To view more of Vero’s beautiful work, visit

Jamy van Zyl’s Rebirth

Jamy van Zyl Rebirth

Stunning piece by University of Johannesburg student Jamy van Zyl, created using ballpoint pen, marker and Washi. “My work explores cybernetic connectivity in the context of a white, male South African who desires nothing more than to be immersed in Japanese culture.” You can certainly see the Asian influences in the details… Read More »Jamy van Zyl’s Rebirth

The Anatomical Mirror

Alexander Börner Anatomischer Spiegel video 2

This is one of those projects that I wish I could interact with in real life. Anatomie Spiegel (Anatomy Mirror) acts as an interactive mirror allowing the user to see an anatomical reflection of their body. You become the anatomical model. As the user walks towards their anatomical figure, each layer… Read More »The Anatomical Mirror

Home Is Where The Heart Is

Ella Nitters Home Heart

Fascinated with the iconic representation of a house, designer Koen Wilde decided to carve it out of wood. He then sent out this tiny wooden house to artists all over the world and told them to do what they want with it. He calls the project Huisnr. Rotterdam-based illustrator, Ella Nitters… Read More »Home Is Where The Heart Is

The Anatomical Man Face Corset

Richard Sawdon Smith Face Corset

British photographer, Richard Sawdon Smith, uses his body as the subject in an ongoing theme titled, “Anatomical Man.” The anatomical tattoos on his skin are a reflection of the anatomical torso as an educational tool used to train physicians. In his recent series, titled “Behind the Face/The Face Corset,” the… Read More »The Anatomical Man Face Corset