Remy Nurse, a superbly talented illustrator based in Falmouth, UK disembodies and twists anatomical elements to create surreal scenes influenced by everything from fake cookbooks to rare human syndromes. One of her series, titled Hypocondriacs Handbook “visually interprets a series of obscure and rare syndromes,… Read More »The Bodyworlds and Syndromes of Remy Nurse
As a BFA student at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Eliza Vlasova specializes in Experimental Fashion taking inspiration from organic forms. The piece above, titled “Muscle Tissue Weaving” takes the “fabric” of the human body and weaves it into… Read More »Eliza Vlasova Weaves Muscle Fibers
Street Anatomy is honored to curate the art for The C.O.O.L. Party, celebrating the “creative outlets of life” through live music, dancing, artwork and more! We’ve put together a group of incredible Chicago based artists all of whom regularly feature their work on the… Read More »StreetWise X Street Anatomy – C.O.O.L Party Event June 7, 2014
There’s something captivating about blank anatomical models. The blank form stripped of color, and therefore educational use, easily stands on its own as a piece of art. Recently, Amsterdam based artist, Laura ter Kuil contacted me about her work. Laura… Read More »Studio Anatomie’s Framed Anatomical Plasters
Japanese artist Yoshitoshi Kanemaki uses Japanese wood carving techniques to create giant sculptures from large blocks of camphor wood. Each sculpture impressively stands anywhere between 5 and 17 feet tall. His characters are literally fused with death, looking as if… Read More »Yoshitoshi Kanemaki’s Memento Mori
After a month-long hiatus, I’m back to posting gorgeous and inspiring anatomical art on Street Anatomy starting with a showcase of the most popular photos from our 30 Days of Interior Anatomy Challenge. After 7 years of running Street Anatomy, I’ve… Read More »Quirky and Cool, A Showcase of Anatomical Interiors from Street Anatomy and Beyond
Travis Bedel, aka Bedelgeuse, is a master at collage art. Almost all of his work features anatomical illustrations infused with flora and fauna and composed into pieces that are well designed and mesmerizing. Travis says of his work via artistaday,… Read More »Stunning Anatomical Collages by Travis Bedel
After many years of collecting anatomical art + products, I’m sharing a photo-a-day for the next 30 days of the anatomical items peppered throughout my apartment. The pieces range from anatomical models (as the hand from Denoyer Geppert shown above)… Read More »30 Days of Anatomical Interiors Begins
French sculptor Carine Peynaud is inspired and influenced by the human condition and the hidden beauty that lies beneath. This series, titled “Figure d’écorché” shows her using the human body as a canvas for her anatomical drawings. She has a… Read More »Carine Paynaud’s Figure d’écorché
Toronto based illustrator Olivia Sementsova created this beautiful heart using a combination of traditional (acrylic) and digital media.
Stumbled across this piece on Behance by Bogotá based Andres Diaz. He’s a scientific illustrator with a truly unique style in the field. Looking forward to seeing more of his work!
Joshua Harker, who we had the honor of featuring in last year’s FACE OFF: Skull-a-Day vs Street Anatomy gallery show, released a new 3D printed piece, based on a 3D scan of his face and CT scan of his skull,… Read More »Joshua Harker’s 3D Filigree Self Portrait
Mexican artist Fernanda Uribe created this series of beautifully delicate anatomical paintings titled Abrazos/Dasein. Abrazos meaning hugs in Spanish and Dasein meaning existence in German. Fernanda explains the meaning, :Through the deconstruction of the self the viewer becomes aware of… Read More »Fernanda Uribe – Organ Embrace
Damon Albarn, the man behind Gorillaz and Blur is releasing his first solo album titled, Everyday Robots. The entire creative direction for the album is in the hands of the superbly talented London menswear designer Aitor Throup, who also happens to be… Read More »Damon Albarn’s Cranial Scan Music Video for Everyday Robots
Medical artist and friend of Street Anatomy Giselle Vitali, brings us a new anatomical series titled Drugs for Love. Giselle created these illustrations for an article titled Ciencia Para el Romance (The Science of Romance) in the Mexican magazine QUO. It’s inspired… Read More »Drugs for Love by Giselle Vitali