This is a fun campaign showing that the leading cause of death among people under 35 is not disease, but rather car accidents. The rendering is reminiscent of those plastic models used in classrooms, giving a playfully nostalgic feel for a serious subject. Materials, Light & Rendering by Demian Day… Read More »Drive Safely Campaign: Cars in your blood
Stunning pencil illustrations of skulls by Warsaw-based graphic designer + illustrator Tomasz Majewski.
From the popular histology plate collection comes a new histological fashion line of silk scarves and handkerchiefs! The 100% silk scarves feature images of histological human tissues stained and examined using light microscopy. Created by medical artist Emily Evans. Available in 8 human tissue designs: rectum, cartilage, fingernail, skin, scalp,… Read More »Histology Silk Scarves: Rectum, Testicle, Skin, and More
I rarely post about medical/anatomical apps on Street Anatomy because, as a UI/UX designer, I seldom find any that are beautifully designed. This brand new app by Dublin based The Science Picture Company blew me away with its gorgeous 3D illustration/animation paired with a clean well thought interface. Life in… Read More »A Stunning Life in the Womb App by The Science Picture Company
These ripped bottles look as if they’ve been filled with steroids. Inspired by the artistic concept of écorché, Russian designers Constantin Bolimond and Dmitrii Pacukevich created these 3D bottle concepts for an energy drink. These would be great as a water bottle for the gym!
Graphic designer and artist Kristy Patterson-D’anna has trained under Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx and St. John Knit’s Kelly Gray creating designs for their rockstar clothing line Royal Underground. Kristy is very heavily influenced by anatomy, dividing her time between doctor visits from various illnesses, medical research, and creating artwork stemming from her… Read More »Kristy Patterson-D’anna Inspired by Illness
Incredible use of cardboard to build an anatomically correct heart. Created by Berlin based multi-disciplinary artist and cardboard sculptor Bartek Elsner. View more of Bartek’s amazing cardboard structures, such as a giant boombox and tree, on Behance and at bartek-elsner.de.
We might all need dentures someday, but why wait! Los Angeles based Etsy seller Concave Oblivion hand makes each of these denture accessories from real dental acrylic polished to a high shine. These will definitely add a bit of chatter to any conversation. For more info and pricing of these pieces… Read More »Denture Accessories by Concave Oblivion
Inspired by the oddities at the famous Mütter Museum in Philadelphia, SARO’s cyclops skulls have become a signature in Chicago. In an effort to show the world where he’s from SARO infused his signature cyclops skull with the iconic Chicago flag. The skull’s lonely socket has been replaced with the stars of the… Read More »Chiclops Skulls – Chicago’s Iconic Flag Gets Skullified
A student of painting and drawing at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Sara Suppan explores the relationship between the human body and its environment. Sara’s says that, “Consequently, my work gravitates in imagery from antiquated medical practices, historic anatomical illustration, and the pathological grotesque. Many of my pieces… Read More »Sara Suppan’s Human Anatomical Manikin
We are very excited to announce the release of the popular Day of the Dead Sugar Skull wallpaper in a beautiful emerald & gold! This is a colorful new addition to the Day of the Dead wallpaper series created by London based medical artist, Emily Evans (also the creator of… Read More »Day of the Dead Wallpaper Now Available in Emerald and Gold
You’ve seen the popular Day of the Dead wallpaper but are bummed that you don’t have a wall to put it on? Well, medical artist Emily Evans has taken that beautiful sugar skull pattern and placed it on a luxurious linen cushion. Perfect for your favorite sofa or armchair. Filled with… Read More »Put Your Skulls On These Linen Sugar Skull Cushions
The Cancer Society of Finland created nicely done interactive PSA that visualizes the effects of tobacco on the human body. Choose between a male or female and see that body split down the middle—the right side is that of a non-smoker, the left side is that of a smoker. Move… Read More »Tobacco Body: Visualize the nasty effects of tobacco on the human body
You can’t get more anatomical/physiological than this for your home! Icelandic designer Thorunn Arnadottir created this radiator that mimics the classic color scheme of the capillary beds illustrated in medical books. The radiator, painted with thermochromatic paint, gradually turns red from top to bottom when it is heating up. No more… Read More »BLUSH Radiator Mimics Capillary Bed
Intriguingly bizarre illustrations of beings in states of disassembly and decomposition by Swedish illustrator Erik Svetoft. There’s so much texture and detail in his line-work and each being has so much character despite being in a state of decay. I just can’t stop looking at each of them. View more… Read More »Erik Svetoft’s Decomposing Beings